Unisys subcontractor arrested in VA theft

Monday, 18 September 2006, 12:50 AM EST

Authorities have charged a 21 year-old Unisys subcontractor with stealing a desktop computer with billing information on as many as 38,000 U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs medical patients.

Khalil Abdulla-Raheem was charged with theft of government property. He is the employee of an unnamed company that "provides temporary labor to Unisys," according to a statement released by the Veterans Affairs department's Office of Inspector General.

At Computerworld.

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