CGI Technologies has been paid $244.5 million for IT services to the state since 2010 — 98 percent of which was paid out when Davis served as chief information officer at DAS.
Meyer’s office sent the report to the Ohio Ethics Commission, Franklin County prosecutor and city of Columbus prosecutor for review and consideration.
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The request from Davis to CGI Technologies raised the alarm with company officials. “….it give you any initial heartburn — a request coming from the state CIO (on gov’t email account) for us to sponsor an event?” wrote John Stephan, CGI government markets director, in an email to Nola Haug, the colleague approached by Davis.
During the same time period, Davis reviewed or approved documents to pay CGI $37.9 million, the IG report states.