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Bribery Alleged, Indian Employees Involved in DMV $75 Million Contract with Tech Mahindra

The DMV awarded Tech Mahindra the contract a year after the meetings and a few weeks after Dillard, who retired from the DMV in October 2015, joined the company, records show.

Tech Mahindra was fired last year after a critical audit and scathing contractor report questioned its work. The failed project cost drivers about $26 million in wasted registration fees.

A lawsuit filed in Carson City by former Tech Mahindra executive Brian Coffey accuses Manivannan and Vijayaraghavan of sabotaging the modernization after Coffey blocked millions of dollars in bribes that Sethi and other Tech Mahindra officials promised. Manivannan and Vijayaraghavan are actively involved in the department’s current modernization plans, records show.

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