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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Who's mystery woman involved with ex-SCDF, CNB chiefs?

Sulaiman Kamal | 6:17 PM | | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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The suspensions of the chiefs of the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) and the Central Narcotics Bureau (CNB) resulted from a probe involving the supply of IT-related products and services.

While no money is thought to have changed hands, the close relationship between a certain female IT executive and the two senior officers was a cause for concern, and a complaint was lodged with the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB).
According to The New Paper, the female IT executive developed a close working relationship with both former CNB director Ng Boon Gay, 45, and former SCDF commissioner Peter Lim Sin Pang, 51.

This relationship was enough to be a cause for concern.
AsiaOne pieced together various news reports to find out more about her:
She apparently works for a firm that supplies IT-related products and services to several government offices including MHA and SCDF.
While Mr Lim and Mr Ng were both unaware of each other's dealings with the woman, they have both confirmed their relationship with the woman in statements to the Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB).
The Straits Times reported that both men admitted they had improper relationships with the woman in question.
An internal source had questioned whether correct protocol was being followed in the SCDF and CNB's IT deals.
No money is thought to have changed hands, but the close relationship between the IT executive and the two senior officers was observed, and a complaint was lodged with CPIB.
A woman working for a top American multinational firm is helping in the probe.
The probe is believed to be related to tender and procurement processes.
Other senior SCDF officers and employees in private sector IT firms have also been helping in the investigations.


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