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(1) IA: Computer Forensic Analysis/10SEP04

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NARRATIVE

1. Pursuant to on going Computer Forensic support to this investigation, a new investigative lead, reference (A) was received in which analysis of a Compact Disk CCO) containing historical email, was requested. This was accomplished, in which the e-mails were extracted and a keyword search. was accomplished. The forens.ic results, reported in exhibit (1), was provided to the case agent for review on 10SEP04. In~estigative tasking is complete.

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1. Reference (A) was the last substantive reporting for this continuing investigation. During January 2005, NCISFO Washington intends to transfer this investigation to the NCIS Hawaii Field Office for a more active and effective pursuit of a criminal prosecution under 18 USC 286 (Conspiracy to Defraud with respect to Claims) and/or consideration of civil remedies under the Civil False Claims Act (31 USC, Section 3729). Prior to effecting transfer, NCISFO Washington is proceeding with the following primary actions:

Obtaining a DOD-IG subpoena for additional RCUH recordsj

Obtaining a DOD-IG subpoena for the financial records of

ONR MidPAC official .

Obtain forensic audit support from the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) to review/audit all records to determine

cost impact calculations for suspected false labor charges of_

and tiill ••

2. It is contemplated that reporting agent and one additional NCISFO Washington agent will travel to Hawaii in mid-January 2005 to facilitate the case transfer to NCISFO HAWAII. However, immediate procedures in Hawaii are needed now to obtain the truthful

cooperation of " " and in the matters of

this investigat • viewed as primary

persons who could establi of a criminal conspiracy

case under Title 18, USC

ACTION

R. "HUIN ... Using exhibits (1) and {2}, please initiate contact

with J. Michael SEABRIGHT, Chief, White Collar Crimes, U.S.

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District. Ask for AUSA obtaining information/evidence case (supra) by securing proffers The proffers will be in~.and_ on by~mmunity under States Code. Please contact ...... ~CIS.NAVY.MIL prior

Attorney's Office, Hawaii SEABRIGHT's assistance in for a criminal from __ and

evalu~a bas s to provide truthful Title 18, section 6002, Uni reporting agent via email at to initiating this requested

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INFORMATION CONCERNING •••••••

1. Pursuant to a continuing NCIS investigation, reportin~(RA) synopsized relevant information concerning ........ is considered an individual of interest who h"as s~gnificant information relative to the allegations for the conti~uing subject investigation. The following is the information for_

NAME: ••••

SSN:

DOB:

POSSIBLE ADDRESSES:

rted Aug, 2002)

July 2002)

(November 2002)

possible Phone #:

Employment: 2004, a witness reported that

ly employed with WFI as the ••• , for the PMRF MATS Barge. WFI ' s s at the Pacific Garden Center, Mauka Tower, 737 Bishop Street, Honolulu, HI

96813, telephone # 808-533-3657/59/87

BACKGROUND FOR_

Early during the investigation

having developed a friendship his

tenure as Navy Commander, Task

Information surfaced that had been hired

........ ~or Pacific Research Institute (PR! - a divis of the

Research Corporation of the University of Hawaii (RCUH» to manage the Modular Command Center (MCC) program in Hawaii.

RCUH records show that IIwas hired at RCUH in December

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2001 as a "Directed II employee from a letter requ~ ---. an ONR MidPAC subordinate to _ ~ . ~with an annual salary of $105,000 plus relocation assistance. An existing ONR grant (#N00014-01-1-0562) with the university of Hawaii was used to fund .......... initial employment, with future funding to be~y the proposed NAVAIR contract to RCUH - contract # N00421-02-D-3151.

A review of the RCUH proposal for contract # N00421-02-D"':3151

·ncitecIsigriificant det:ailEid technical information concerning MCC. ........was identified as the Project Manager and Subcontract Plan Administrator for RCUH under the proposed procurement. Additional RCUH records showed that

during April 2002, ~ interviewed..-....t£or the. position of Executi~ctor of proje~ (contract # N00421-02-D-3151) .

Witness

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___ as

Navy support contractor 2002, he was introduced to

and

Hawaii at

an MCC conference in working. for PRI.

However, a review and analysis of the RCUH payroll reco~ds for ~reflect that during the December 2001 ~ July 2002 period, all labor for..- was charged to RCUH Project

# 65738 (ONR Grant # 0~2). .

BASSIS FOR PROFFER AND CONSIDERATION OF IMMUNITY FORtIIIIIIIII Several attempts have been made to interviewtlllllllvol~tarily for this investigation, with negative results. ~on the forgoing information, it is believed that. has primary information concerning possible violations of 18 US~ 371 (Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud united States) and other federal statutes

...... __ and former RCUH

Utilization of this technique is necessary to obtain truthful information from ~oncerning:

The business activities of PRI;

Circumstances for his hir

His involvement with the process of hiring as

Executive Director of PRI/Project Kai'e'ej His claims for direct labor charged to ONR Grant # 01-1-0562

(supra) during 2002.

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INFORMATION. CONCERNING

1 .. Pursuant to a continuing NCIS investigation, reporting agent (RA) synopsized relevant information concerning ........ Ii .......

is considered an individual of interest who has significant information relevant to the allegations for captioned investigation. The following is the information for

NAME:_._.

POSSIBLE ADDRESSES:

(reported 2/25/2004)

(01/2003)

possible Phone #:

Last known place of employment: Hangar ill, Kalaeloa, Hi

possible Present Employer:

Pacific International Center for High Technology Research (PICHR) 1440 Kapiolani Boulevard

Suite 1225

Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 U.S.A. Telephone: (80B) 943-9581

BACKGROUND FOR .......

During the investigation, ........... was identified as one of the Itdirecteqn appointment~ RCUH at the request of ONR

~Wh~e~~~~:ds~~wt~~a~ubmissions ~:St:eP;~~;~e~~VAIR

contract (# N00431-02-D-3131) to RCUH that was to establish PRt

as an RCUH t division and employ the services of IIIIIt

following his retirement from the Navy .

............ has provided some cooperation in disclosing"""""" ~ with him in preparing the submissions for p~

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,contract # 02-D-3131. However, an analysis of the RCUH records fox'" reflects that during the November 2001 - September 2~period, ........... charged 100% of his labor to NAVAIR Grant # N00421-0~

BASIS FOR PROFFER AND CONSIDERATION OF IMMUNITY FOR

Interviews have been conducted with........... However there are significant concerns with his accou~RCUH labor:

Stated that all his regUlar RCUH work hours were spent working on matters for the grant and not contract proposal matters.

Reported he filled out time sheets for his RCUH labor. However. the records for this case reflect that RCUH used electronically imputed time sheets. No paper time sheets

were provided by RCUH for labor charges.

Utilization of th~e is necessary to obtain truthful information from ........... concerning:

His suspected false statements/claims for direct labor charged to NAVAIR Grant # N00421-01-1-0176

- His knowledge/evidence needed to support federal conspiracy charge(s) for the actions of/bytllllll and RCUH principal 4IIIIIIIIIIIIIIconcerning proposed contract # 02-0-3131, ~ # N00421-01-1-0176.

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1. HIHN is in receipt of REF (Al, however, subsequent contact by DCWA

(SA requested lead activity be held in abeyance pending

further direction. Lead tasking is pending additional direction from DCWA.

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REFERENCE(S)
(A) NCISFO WASHINGTON DC ROI (INTERIM)190CT02(CONTAINS EXHIBITS (1)
THROUGH (57»
(B) NCISFO WASHINGTON DC ROI(INTERIM)/21JUL03 (CONTAINS EXHIBIT
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(C) NCISFO WASGHINGTON DC ROI(INTERIM)/7JAN04 (CONTAINS
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(D) NCISFO WASHINGTON DC ROI(INTERIM)/24MAR04 (CONTAINS EXHIBITS (62)
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(E) NCISFO WASHINGTON DC ROI(INTERIM)/17JUL04 (CONTAINS EXHIBITS (67)
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(G) NCISFO WASHINGTON DC ROI (INFO)/10FEB04/I/OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH, ARLINGTON, VA/ALLEGED SOLICITIATION AND RECEIPT OF A

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CCN: 29JAN04-DCWA-0023-4HNA ~~,.....,

EXHIBIT(S)

(73) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: INTERVIEW WITH pca,""" .......... 20AUG04 ... (COPY ALL, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURES)

(74) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: REVIEW OF E-MAIL RECORDS - ONR ACCOUNT OF

. 130CT04 ... (COPY ALL, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURES)

(75) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: INTERVIEW WIT 8SEP04 ... (COPY

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(76) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: RESULTS OF HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, BUSINESS REGISTRATION DIVISION INQUIRIES/9SEP04 ... (COpy ALL, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURES)

(77) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: INTERVIEW WITH~""'" 1IIIIIIJ10SEP04 ... (COpy ALL, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURES)

(78) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: RESULTS OF INTERVIEW WITHIIIIIIIII tllllllV14SEP04 ... (COPY ALL, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURES)

(79) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: RESULTS OF BRIEFING U.S. ATTORNEY'S OFFICE, DISTRICT OF HAWAII ..• (DCWA ONLY)

(80) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: RESPONSE TO AUSA

QUESTIONS/190CT04 ... (COpy DCWA/HIHN, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURES) (81) INVESTIGATIVE ACTION: RECEIPT OF CONTRACT/GRANT NUMBERS FROM 27SEP04 ... (COPY ALL, 0023 LESS ENCLOSURE)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. This investigation began from a Naval Inspector General (NAVINSGEN) inquiry for suspected adultery and travel issues

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involving Until his retirement,

at the Military Sealift Command Yard~ the 2000 - March 2002 period,

tI .......... II~erved as the~of Task Force 76 (CTF-76), Amphibious Group One, Amphibious Force Seventh Feet, White Beach, Okinawa, Japan. While at CTF-76, became active in the Modular Command Center (MCC) program. The Office of Naval Research

(ONR) Pr Manager and funding officer for MCC is/wastlllll

a GS-15 civilian official. alleged relationship

tI...... was a focus of the NAVINSGEN inquiry. The initial

focus stigation concerned reported

association with Pacific Research Institute (l?RI). It was suspected

that benefited from an association with PRI via

proposed Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIRSYSCOM) contract award * N00421-02-D-3151 (t 02-D-3151) to the Research Corporation of the

University of Hawaii (RCUH) funded through ONR RCUH

proposal documentation identified PRI as a management division of RCUH. However, proposed contract # 02-D-3151 was not awarded. The investigation did not develop evidence of a criminal violation by

.............. concerning contract t 02-D-3151 and conflict of interest issues, reference (A) details.

2. Subsequent to reference (A), the investigation continued with a focus on possible false claims issues concerning three RCUH staff

personnel hired at the direction of ONR with the

concurrence of RCUH The three

RCUH personnel were

all hired at salaries exceeding $100,000 per annum. All three RCUH personnel had some involvement in the proposal submissions for the

proposed contract award * 02-0-3151 to RCUH. However, RCUH records ~.:lC.". show that labor for the three personnel were charged against two U.S.

Navy grants. No bid and p ropos a I (B & P) labor charges were noted in

the RCUH records for these personnel, reference (B), exhibit (58)

enclosures #12, 116, and #19 pertain. Further, records show that

through the University of Hawaii (UOH), RCUH submitted claims for

payment of labor and related travel costs for these three personnel,

as direct costs to the two U.S. Navy grants, reference (B), exhibit

(58) enclosure (20) pertains.

3. On 16 January 2004, was interviewed concerning

his proposal work for contract # 02~D-3151 and RCUH records showing full labor charges to Navy (NAVAIR) Grant * N00421-01-l-0176, RCUH

charge/project * 657764. However, maintained he worked on

the contract proposal (RCUH Project Kai'e'e) during off-duty hours, on weekdays and weekends. Inquiries were also conducted concerning allegations initially reported via reference (F), that during 2003

"1I1I1I~nd two other Navy civilian personnel with responsibilities for Office of Naval Research (ONR) sponsored projects, grants, and contracts in Hawaii received gratuities from Orincon, a Navy

contractor with business in Hawaii. and the two other Navy

civilian personnel reportedly obtained from Orincon, tickets valued at $250 (each) to attend the Ready-To-Learn fund raising dinner held on Kauai on 22 April 2003. The Ready-To-Learn dinner is an annual event sponsored by Senator Daniel INOUYE of Hawaii. Senator INOUYE

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is a ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Committee and a

source of funding for ONR programs in Hawaii. Inquiries

with ONR Inspector General personnel concerning this matter surfaced General Ledger (GL) records from Orincon showing that the company paid $5000 for a table supporting the 2003 Ready-To-Learn event (Reference (D) pertains). Orincon GL records also show that .... I1'" reimbursed Orincon $50 in connection with this event. ONR travel records reflect that during the 21 - 26 April 2003 period, ........ traveled on government orders from Washington DC to Lihue, HI (Kauai) to "Attend Meetings at MIDPAC office at PMRF."

4. On 31 March 2004, a GS-14.Electronics Engineer

assigned to NAVIRSYSCOM PMA-265 (Code 4.5T) was interviewed. During the October 2002 - 2003 period,""'" was detailed to support ONR

Division 035 (Naval Expeditionary Warfare) under ·IIIIIIII that he provided "legwork" support for_ programs at

~1I1I1I~provided details and records for his attendance with

the 2003 Ready-To-Learn dinner in Kauai. disclosed

involvement with funding a 2003 Delivery Order under a

Gene Services Administration (GSA) contract (NFl) with Anteon that

required a subcontract to PICHTR (Pacific International Center for High Technology Research). PICHTER is a Hawaii based contractor

reportedly now employing former RCUH personnel and

1IIIIIIIalso disclosed that circa December 2003,4liliiii was removed from her ONR MidPAC duties and was reassigned to a

position at ONR headquarters in Arlington, VA. identified

______ as the ONR official who assumed._

~ies for ONR MidPAC. a general recollection

that ......... had some concerns about ONR MidPAC programs.

5. On 3AUG04, a Program Manager assigned to

NAVAIRSYSCOM Code AIR-4.5T, provided an E-Mail with information

reflecting a current affiliation by former ith Hawaiya,

a Hawaii based company. Further, the informat rom

reflects details for a current NAVAIRSYSCOM effort through ARINC (aviation support contractor), that includes a "services" subcontract to Hawaiya. (SUPRA) is identified as the originator of the subcontract requirement to Hawaiya.

6. On 16AUG04, an inquiry through the Central Contractor

Registration (CCR) database identified as the

business contact for Hawaiya Technologies, LLC of Honolulu, HI. Hawaiya is identified as an Asian-Pacific American owned and Minority owned small business. AutoTrack corporate database inquiries concerning Hawaiya were negative.

7. On 20AUG04, Procuring Contracting Officer (PCO)tllIlIlIlI interviewed regarding the ARINC subcontract to Hawaiya.

provided no information indicating that the ARINC subcont was not

a legitimate procurement request. Concerning the Grant issue,

_ acknowledged she was the Grant Officer for which_ and

-=1I==~had been hired by RCUH per ONR direction.

• related that she could have requested an audit concerning

the issues for the labor charged by and However,

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tIIIIIIII stated a view that this was a battle that could not be won,

and was not worth fighting. related that with grants, the

government has less enforceable hooks than with a contract, and grants are a more "hands-off" arrangement.

S. On SSE004, Contracting Officer's Representative

(COR) for the GSA/ANTEON contract was interviewed. reported

that improperly directed PICHTR (Pacific International Center

For High Technology Research) to work under the contract without

going through Anteon - the Prime contractor. also disclosed

that had requested unusual Other Direct Costs (ODC's) be

included in the contract for expenses of Anteonemployees moving to Hawaii.

9. On 9SEP04, inquiries were conducted concerning Hawaiya Technologies with Hawaii Department of Commerce, Business

Registration Division. was the only individual listed

on the corporate documents. None of the documentation obtained showed any ownership, business, or financial interest bytlllllll

10. On lOSEP04, was reinterviewed concerning the ARINC

subcontract to Hawaiya. said that during JUN04,1I .... 1I

approached him concerning MRRCIS (Military Rapid Response Command I)~ Information System, a Homeland Defense Program initiative, for

possible application to the F/A-lS program. According to the

subcontract to Hawaiya'using the ARINC contract was a limited effort to fund a SEP04 briefing of MRRCIS at NAVAIRSYSCOM by_

~"II"contended that had no involvement in the MRRCIS

initiative.

11. On 14SEP04, a Senior Acquisition Specialist for

Anteon working as support for ONR Code 035, was interviewed.

worked for""'" from NOV02 until DEC03. related that

was responsible for Congressional P.lus-Up funds, specifically Hawaii related appropriations supported by Senator Daniel INOUYE of Hawaii .

••••• duties under included the creation of Purchase

Requests (PR's) as fun~ocuments under ONR's Integrated Naval Research Information System (INRIS). _ disclosed that under

.......... there were problems with the execution of program money, not

how money was physically processed. said that wanted

to maintain control of her contracts. According t money

appropriated for certain things would not necessarily be spent on them. said that_wanted to spend the money her way.

12. On 17SEP04, Participant provided a verbal briefing for the

status of this case to Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) Harry YEE (Civil Division) and AUSA Michael SEABRIGHT (Criminal Division).

AUSA XEE and AUSA SEABRIGHT outlined several questions for information needed to determine their future interest in this case.

A written response was prepared for the questions posed by AUSA YEE and AUSA SEABRIGHT.

13. On 27SEP04, witness ent an email to Participant

tlllilitwith a listing of the known active contracts and grants for

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NARRATIVE

1. This investigation is being pursued for suspected violations of 31 USC, Section 3729 (Civil. False Claims Act). Several criminal statutes, including 18 USC 666 (Theft Concerning Programs receiving Federal Funds) and 18 USC Section 208 (Acts Affecting a Personal Financial Interest) may also apply.

2. Subsequent to Reference (F), on 20AUG04 Procuring Contracting

Officer (PCO) was interviewed regarding the ARINC

subcontract to Hawaiya. provided no _ information indicating

that the ARINC subcontract was not a legitimate procurement request.

With regards to the Grant issue, acknowledged she was the

Grant Officer under which and ad been hired by

RCUH per ONR direction (Grant i N00421-01-1-0176) .

related that she could have requested an audit concerning the issues for the labor charged by and However,.·IIII ..... stated a view that this was a battle that could not be won. related that with grants, the government has less enforceable hooks than with a contract, and grants are a more "hands-off II arrangement.

More details for the interview with are provided with

Exhibit (73).

3. During the August to 13 October 2004 period, reporting agent (RA)

conducted a review and analysis of the records for E-

Mail account with ONR. Highlights of the relevant records noted for this investigation are:

April 2003 E-Mail records from ORINCON Hawaii

Director of Programs relating to the 22 April 2003 Ready-To-Learn

Dinner attended by an~

July 2003 E-Mail from NAWC-AD Contracting Officer to

_ requesting that_ and _refrain from providing competition sensitive information concerning BAA (Broad Agency Announcement) i N00421-03-R-0058. This includes a related E-Mail

from NAVAIRSYSCOM Program Manager to expressing

concerns about "getting ahead of the program here with reviewing abstracts in response to BAAs, preparing RFPs, .doing source selection well in advance of involving members of our team."

More details for the analysis of the historical records for ........ EMail account with ONR are provided in Exhibit (74).

4. On 9SE004, ••••••••••••••••

for the GSA/ANTEON contract (GS09K99BHD0001) was interviewed. reported that tIIIIIIimproperly directed PICHTR (Pacific International Center For High Technology Research) to work under the contract without going through Anteon - the Prime contractor. 4liliiii

also disclosed that had requested unusual Other Direct Costs

(ODC's) be included in the contract for expenses of Anteon employees moving to Hawaii. More details for the interview withtlllllPre

provided with Exhibit (75).

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5. On 9SEP04, inquiries were conducted concerning Hawaiya Technologies with Hawaii Department of Commerce, Business

Registration Division. was the only individual listed

on the corporate documents. None of the documentation obtained showed any ownership, business, or financial interest by~ Exhibit (76) pertains.

6. On lOSEP04, was reinterviewed concerning the ARINC

subcontract to Hawaiya. aid that during JUN04, ••••

approached him concerning MRRCIS (Military Rapid Response Command Information System), a Homeland Defense Program initiative, for

possible application to the F/A-18 program. According to the

subcontract to Hawaiya using the ARINC contract was a limited effort to fund a SEP04 briefing of MRRCIS at NAVAIRSYSCOM by~ This briefing occurred on 3SEP04, andllllllltmentioned that Anteon personnel (NFl) attended the briefing as the engineering expertise

for MRRCIS. However, contended tha had no influence

or involvement in the communications with concerning the

MRRCIS initiative. More details for the interview withllllllllare provided with Exhibit (77).

7. On 14SEP04, a Senior Acquisition Specialist for

Anteon working as support for ONR Code 035, was interviewed.

worked fortillllafrom NOV02 until DEC03 when_was removed from her ONR MIDPAC responsibilities. _ related that_ was responsible for Congressional Plus-Up funds, specifically Hawaii related appropriations supported by Senator Daniel INOUYE of Hawaii.

tlllllllladuties under ........ included the creation of Purchase Requests "(PR's) as fu~cuments under ONR's Integrated Naval Research Information System (INRIS) ......... disclosed that under

~ there were problems with the execution of program money, not

how money was physically processed. said t wanted

to maintain control of her contracts. According t money

appropriated for certain things would not necessarily be spent on them. IIIIIIIIsaid that ........ wanted to spend the money her way. More details for the interview with~re provided in Exhibit (78) •

8. On 17SEP04, Participant provided a verbal briefing for the

status of this case to Assistant U.S. Attorney (AUSA) Harry YEE (Civil Division) and AUSA Michael SEABRIGHT (Criminal Division). AUSA YEE and AUSA SEABRIGHT outlined several questions for information needed to determine their future interest in this case, Exhibit (79) pertains. A written response was prepared for the questions posed by AUSA YEE and AUSA SEABRIGHT, Exhibit (80) details.

9. On 27SEP04, witness sent an email to Participant

IIIIIIII with a listing of the known contracts and grants for ,.

programs that were active during the NOV02 - DEC03 period that411111111 worked under_ The list provided by_ reflects nine (9) NAVAIRSYSCOM contracts, two (2) ONR contracts, one (1) NAVAIRSYSCOM grant, and one (1) ONR grant. 4IIIIIIIdisclosed that for one ONR

contract to APIC (# N00014-03-C-0065), was removed from the

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REVIEW OF E-MAIL RECORDS - ONR ACCOUNT OFII .

1. On 31 March 2004, , a GS-14 Electronics Engineer assigned to NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-265 was interviewed for a continuing NCIS investigation. The investigation concerns possible irregularities with the work practices of a GS-15 civilian official with the Office of Naval Research (ONR). Until

December 2003, had primary program responsibilities for ONR

programs managed by the ONRMIDPAC office in Hawaii.

2. During the October 2002 - 2003 period, _ was detailed to support the ONR Division 035 (Naval Expeditionary Warfare) under Following the conclusion of the 31 March 2004 interview, voluntarily provided authorization to access and review historical records for his E-Mail account with ONR. These historical E-Mail records were subsequently obtained for investigative review.

3. During the August to 13 October 2004 period, reporting agent (RA) conducted a review and analysis for relevance to the continuing investigation. Highlights of the relevant records noted are:

relating to the 22 April 2003 Ready-To-Learn Dinner attended by_ an~

orda from

ORINCON Hawaii

July 2003 E-Mail from NAWC-AD Contracting Officer

_ requesting that_ and_ refrain from prov competition sensitive information concerning BAA (Broad Agency Announcement) # N00421-03-R-0058. This includes a related E-Mail

from NAVAIRSYSCOM t~ expressing

concerns about "getting ahead of the pro re with reviewing

abstracts in response to BAAs, preparing RFPs, doing source selection well in advance of involving members of our team."

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INTERVIEW W1THtI ..

1. On 09SEP04, Reporting Agent (RA) met with4l~1I1I .... II~~1IL .... afor the NAVAIR MMA program, in Patuxent R~ yer I her procurement actions with ONR Program Manager"""

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or the GSA/ANTEON contract

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Engineering support services type contract and that during award

""".insisted on using contractor ANTEON to provide those services. ~wanted ANTEON because she already had people in place from prevIOUs efforts and she did not want to deal with any program delays from a new contractor. 4II1II advised that prior to the GSA award,

had used NAVAIR contracting personnel and ....

....... to issue grants in support of ONR efforts.

3. stated that in February of 2003, Delivery Order One (D.O.

1), the Answer Contract, was issued against the ANTEON-GSA contract for approximately $500K. The scope of work involved UESA support and the period of performance was 6 months. .advised that was continually advised to stop directing the subcontractor PICHTR (Pacific International center For High Technology Research) to do

work. dvised~hat directing work was. the sole

responsibility of the contracting officer and all direction was to only go through the prime contractor, ANTEON. Other than4llillll

directing the sub-contracting to work, D.O. 1 ran relatively smooth.~ ~C~

4. 41111kadvised that Delivery Order 2 (D.O. 2) took a long time to ~~ ;;

award due to labor rate negotiations between ANTEON and PICHTR.

Delivery order *2 was finally awarded in MAY03 in the amount of

$2.5MIL with a performance period of 6 months. The contract was

issued in support of the UESA, TUSW, M2C2 and MSR programs. Although

ANTEON was the prime contractor, 80% or $2MIL of effort was being

worked by the sub-contractor PICHTR. PICHTR was not on the GSA

schedule so ~ad to use ANTEON as a conduit to get to PICHTR.

Additionally, had a very close personal relationship with

........ tf PICHTR. requested unusual other direct cost

(ODC's) oe included in the contract to cover moving expenses incurred by ANTEON employee's moving to Hawaii as well as advertising expenses

incurred by both the prime and sub contractor. tated that

was a tough person to work with and she felt like ........ wa~ always cutting corners and trying to get away with things th~ felt uncomfortable about. According to ~walked a fine line of doing things illegally. On one occasion,tlllladvised she had to stop~rom trying to use funds from a different program

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to fund D.O. 2 efforts ......... persisted in trying to shuffle funds

but advised she would not do that and finally ........

stopped asking.

5. advised that she asked her NAVAIR supervisor to take her off

the ONR program because she felt she could no longer work with

stated that she felt like her efforts were not supporting the Navy any longer but rather the Hawaiian.

6. advised she will compile more data on her history of emails

with as well as other contract related documentation. These

will be obtained and provided with a future repqrt.

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RESULTS OF HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, BUSINESS REGISTRATION DIVISION

1. On 09Sep04, Reporting Agent (RA) conducted an inquiry with the Hawaii Department of Commerce, Business Registration Division, and obtained the corporate records for Hawaiya Technologies LLC. See Enclosures (A)-(C).

2. Based on RA's review of the documents, Hawaiya, LLC was created

30Jul04 th a mailing address of 2551 Kapiolani 96826-4782. The sole initial member of

Hawaiya, LLC is listed as~1I1I On 03Mar04, Hawaiya, LLC

changed its name to Hawaiya Technologies, LLC and its address to 1305 Makiki Street #705, Honolulu, Hawaii 96814-1331.

ENCLOSURE(S)

(A) Articles of Organization For Limited Liability Cornpany/Hawaiya, LLC/30Jul03

(B) Articles of Amendment to Change Limited Liability Company Name/03Mar04.

(C) Business Change of Address/03Mar04

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INTERVIEW WITH •••••• ~

1. On 10 September 2004, reporting agent (RA) interviewed ...... t

a GS,...,14 Systems Engineer for the F/A-18 Advanced Development Group, Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIRSYSCOM) PMA-265. The interview was conducted attlllllllt0ffice at Building * 2187, 48110 Shaw Road, NAS Patuxent River, Patuxent River, MD. The interview was conducted for a continuing investigation focused on the procurement activities of a GS-15 Program Manager for the Office of Naval ReSearch (ONR), Arlington, VA. The investigation is related to

an inquiry by the Navy Inspector General (NAVIG) concerning alleged

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June 24, 2004

For Immediate Release

W ASIDNGTON - U. S. Senator Daniel K Inouye announced today that the Senate has unanimously approved a bill1hat appropriates ~r defense-related spending in Hawaii. during the new fiscal year that begins on October 1. 2004.

"Hawaii plays a crucial role in maintaining our nation's strong defensive posture, and in keeping our militaIy as the world's strongest and most advanced force. This measure will greatly strengthen the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kauai, the Maui Space Surveillance System, and the U.S. Anny's command and control operations in the important Asia-Pacific region," said Senator Inouye, the ninking member of the Senate Appropriations Committee's Subcommittee on Defense, which drafted the bill .

. "This legislation, the Department of Defense Appropriations Act for FiscaJ Year 2005, will also push high-tech research that we believe will lead to significant advances in enemy detection. improved battlefield performance, and better treatment of combat-related injuries that could save many, many lives," Senator Inouye added.

The Senate passed 1he bill last night by a vote of 98 to O. The measure's total appropriation of $542.5 million for Hawaii does not include funding for military construction, which will be considered later by the Senate, or for day~to-day operations and payroll.

Prior to final passage of the bill. Senator Inouye introduced an amendment that was approved by his colleagues. It would appropriate $2.5 million for the second phase of dte Regional Economic Transition Adjustments (RETA) program. This follow-up initiative to RET A I wOuld support 1he establishment or expansion of resource-based businesses to address direct militaIy needs and those of adjacent communities engaged in agriculture or resource

management. .

The House of Representatives passed its defense-spending measure on Tuesday, June 22, .2004, by a vote of 403 to 17. A House-Senate Conference Committee, widt Senator Inouye serving as one of the Senate's conferees, will convene to resolve difl'erencesin the House and Senate versions of the Defense Appropriations Bill, The coeference agreement will be sent to the House and Senate for final apprcval, and then sent to the President for his signature.

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This program is for developing field test kits that use thin-layer chromatography technology

to detect whether unexploded ordnance is polluting the environment, .

1li1t1l"6(RRPid.~'t~~'f1,_ $2 million

This new initiative would develop a testbed for the integration of naval aviation with advanced command and control software and data analysis tools.

Multi-Target-Tmcking Optical Sensor.AmI)' Technology (MOST) $2 million

Critical to fhe success of missile defense is 1he successful identification, targeting and engagement of decoys, and countermeasures. Research for MOST would address this challenge using an advanced sensor array.

Pacific Rim Corrosion Research Program $2 million

Funds would be used for ongoing research at the University of Hawall to find ways to limit corrosion on Army equipment under different climatic conditions.

Real Time Security Program $2 million

This appropriation would allow the Hawaii National Guard to strengthen the security and surveillance systems of National Guard and o1her.military facilities and equipment.

Sea Test for Towed .Acoustic .Arrays $2 million

Navy submarines and ships cannot adequately track targets when tb.ey are turning. This .fimding would accelerate the development of software to address this problem. and conduct a test at Pacific Missile Range Facility.

ADPlCAS $1.5 million

This fimding would continue support of a University of Hawaii project, Adaptive Damping and Positioning Using Intelligent Composite Active Structures (ADPICAS). The research is developing novel approaches for enhanced performance and reliability of spacecraft.

Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Apprenticeship Program $/.5 million

Additional fimds were provided for this program to train 150 apprentices in dte Fiscal Year 2005 class. This is 25 more apprentices than last year's class.

Semi-Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (SAUYIM) $1.5 million

Funds would go to the University of Hawaii to continue research on an underwater robotic vehicle for the Navy.

Brown Tree Snake Control $1 million

The funding would be' used to continue the military's efforts to prevent Brown Tree Snakes from leaving Guam. where they are prevalent and responsible for destroying much of Guam's unique ecosystem, on military transports flying to Hawaii. The program is key to keeping Brown Tree Snakes out of Hawaii.

Articulated Stable Ocean Platform $1 million

This program would leverage previous lifting-body research and development to develop, build, and demonstrate a stable, rapidly deployable pilot floating platform.

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" Flood Control at PMRF

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Mountaintop Test Bed on Makaha Ridge, Kauai, at PMRF. "

Common Affordable Radar Processor (CARP) $9 million

This program would provide an affordable, bigh-perfonnance processing capability for Navy radar systems using commercial technology. Development, deJllQDStration, and testing would be done at the Pacific Missile Range Facility.

Digitization a/Technical and Operational Manuals $7. 5 miJIion

This funding would be shared among the Native American and Native Hawaiian corporations set up to support the Native American Document Conversion Program for the digitiWion of manuals for the militaIy. The first digitizing center is in Anahola, Kauai. and the second center is scheduled to open shortly in Waimanalo, Oahu.

" _~OJPlfflr:f1PlZfl1P1 $7 million

M2e2 is a follow-up to Tactical Component Network, used by land and naval forces for improved command and control.

NetworkApplication Integration Facility (NAlF) $6 million

NAIF is a demonstration and development hub for the global Tactical Component Network (TeN) that is being deployed to multiple Defense Department platfonns and organizations to improve the military's sitUational awareness. Funding would support NAIF, and its demonstration oCthe global TeN concept

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The funding would be used on Makaha Ridge at PMRF to support a testbed for ground-based exercises for the Navy's Advanced Hawkeye lllaircraft.

Strategic Materials $4 million

This is an ongoing project to develop technologies for the manufacture of strategic materials, sp~ifically low-cost. corrosive-resistant ceramics and ceramic matrix composite materials.

Hawa;i Undersea Vehicle Test and Training Environment $3 million

The objective of 1his program is to develop an advanced test and training capability in the Hawaii area for the Navy's Advanced SEAL Delivery System, a small submarine used by Navy SEALs, and future undersea vehicles.

Silicon Thick Film Mtrror Coatings $3 million

Funds would be used to continue research and manufacturing of hard. corrosion-resistant optical coatings for mirrors with space. missile defense, and commercial applications.

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Mariile Forces Pacific $10 million These additional funds would be used to alleviate the strain on base operation resources.

Littoral Airborne SensorlHyperspectral (LASH)

Anti-Submarine Warfare $5 million

Mine Countenneasures $4 million

Funding would be used to continue research on LASH technology to provide real-time surveillance and detection of submarines and smaller objects, such as mines, in relatively shalf ow Waters, and on land. This tech:OOlogy, mounted on the bottom of aircraft. is an important part of the military's anti-submarine warfare and mine countermeasures programs.

~~JJ(",~._' $9 million

This funding is an on-going effort of a Kailua-based project to improve submarine detection capabilities. The project relies on the Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC).

Pacific Air Force {PACAF} Server Consolidotion $8.1 million

This project would accelerate PACAFs server consolidation program.

Standoff Sensor for Radionuclide Identification $8 million

This new research initiative at the University of Hawaii would begin to develop sensors

. capable of remotely sensing nuclear, chemical, and biological specimens or evidence of their existence.

Agile Coalition Environment (ACE) $7.5 million

Teday's militaly coalitions are constantly changing, so a centrally managed network that is reconfigurable and secure is essential to ensure that only the intended audience receives all transmitted data. ACE allows' coalition members to commWlicate securelr during scheduled deployments and during times of crisis.

Center of Excellence for Research in Ocean Studies (CEROS) $7 mil/ion

The appropriation would be used to foster technology development and commercial use of ocean and marine research through CEROS, a Big Island-based project that seeks to advance innovative concepts and new approaches to technology for the u.s. Department of Defense.

Defense Dependems Education Support and School Repairs $5.5 million

The appropriation would be used to support school construction and additional resources to aid Hawaii public schools with large numbers of military dependents.

Advanced Lifting Body Ship Research $5 million

The Navy is examining advanced hull funn technologies to incorporate into its next generation of ships. which need to be more efficient, stable. faster, and less costly. The appropriation would be used to support a technology that has the likelihood of achieving these goals.

Hawaii Energy and Environmental Technology (BEET) $5 million

HEET is an ongoing University of Hawaii program that supports cutting edge research and

testing of fuel cells at its facility in downtown Honolulu. .

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Hawaii Technology Development Venture $5 million

Funding for dUs program supports a regional center for the commercialization of defense and homeland security technologies, and provides an opportunity for small Companies in Hawaii to develop advanced technologies for national defense.

High-Peiformance Metal Fiber Brushes $5 million

This funding will continue to accelerate and expand the installation ofhigh-perl'ormance metal fiber brushes in Navy submarines. These brushes enhance performance and reduce maintenance costs of a variety of Navy motors and generators.

~~ $5mi/lion

This funding would support the continued development of a photonics prototyping facility for research and development on highly integrated photonics circuits for militaly applications.

Unexploded Ordnance Detection

Using Airborne Ground Penetrating Radar $4.7 million

This :fimding supports research by the Universi1;y of Hawaii and others on a ground penetrating radar that can lqcate buried objects, such as ordnance, from a remotely piloted aircraft. The Big Island would serve as a local testing ground

Advanced Fusion Processor $4 million

. This funding would continue the development of a real-time, dedicated processor for linking data from multiple sensors, arid would provide the Navy with a more accurate targeting and intelligence-gathering capability.

Airborne Reconnaissance Sensors $4 million

Hyperspectral imaging sensors provide the capability to detect and identifY targets not discernible with conventional sensors. including infrared. The funds would allow the Naval Research Laboratory to continue its efforts to extend hyperspectral technology advancements to improve the Navy's warfare target detection, discrimination. and identification.

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Consolidated Undersea SituationalAwareness System (CUSAS) $4 million CUSAS is designed to provide superior knowledge to naval forces through the use of advanced, interactive software that creates a comprehensive operational picture and real-time tactical information for the warflghter.

Hiclmm Air Force Base Alternative Fuel Vehicles Program $4 million

The fimding would continue Hickam1s participation to test alternative-fuel vehicles, including those powered by fuel cells or electricity.

Plasma ArclWaste to Energy Production $4 million

This research fiutding would expand the plasma arc technology to dispose of solid waste, and generate energy. If successful. 1I1e program would lessen the pressure on landfills that are at or near capacity.

Wave Power Demonstration Project $4 miJlion The Navy is developing new technology that shows great promise for low-cost, easily deployed, and readily available electric power generation at ocean sites. This technology is

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TripIer Army Medical Center to continue a computational proteomics program for research on biomedical defenses.

Multi-Frame Blind Deconvolution (MFBD) $3 million

The goal of this program is to achieve near real-time analysis using data fusion algorithms and image processing to reduce the size of data to more accurately track and identiJY objects that are hendeeds ofkilorn.eters away.

Porous Silicon $3 million

Funding for this program would further the development of a biosensor that can rapidly detect and identiJY specific chemical and biological agents in the field without having to bring samples to a laboratory.

Project Endeavor $2 million

FWlCling would support a continuing ship modeling program with the Maui High Performance Computing Center, the University of Hawaii. and academic partners. One of the areas of exploration is developing new and more efficient htill fonus.

Halealrala Laser Communications Testbed $1 million Funding for this project would support a laser commwlications system COIUlecUng the mo1Dl~tops of Mauna Kea and Haleakala.

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/iIIflIlII~ $5 million

This continuing program simulates targets for trackiflg and surveillance tests.

Optical Sensors $5 million

This fimding would support PMRFs missile defense activities with sensors that can . better collect data from missile launches and intercept tests.

Kauai Test Facility $4 million

The activities of the Kauai Test Facility. operated by Sandia National Laboratories and owned by the U.S. Department of Energy. include launches with realistic tnijectories that provide a target for sensors and interceptors that are being tested.

Rilnge Mission Tool $3 million

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PMA-265 ADG(S&T)

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pressing for the sched. When you can. _

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~~iS meeting with the FA 18/UAV PMA;s in the morning and suppose > to

> firm when they will be available as a group. When we talked today, he

> indicated that he was trying to coordinate for the 28th with a committment to > confirm tomorrow morning. So can I answer tomorrow? wr._

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> I am trying to clear out as many pending items as I can before the flurry of > Senator hits us next week for the rest of the month .. have you picked

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>....--..a >~gies, LLC > 1305 Makiki St.

> suite 705

> Honolulu, HI 96814-1331 fiawaill'a'I'ec:h. com

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~urrentlY sked to be in DC from 23Aug-3Sep. Would like to meet with you A.M. 25Aug to discuss the strategy, pitch and visit schedules for MRR-CIS. I would prefer meeting you in DC because I have an commitment on the Hill at 1300. Would then ask if you would schedule Navair meetings for me on Thurs the

26th. I am going to schedule a meeting with (ONR 31) as soon as

the NavAirmeetings are set but targeting Friday the 27th.

~gies.LLC

1305 Makiki St. .

Suite 705 Honolulu

. com

blc..

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