The investigation followed a Boston Globe story, which claimed that the director of the state's Informational Technology Division Quinn had taken several trips to attend Open Source conferences at the time that the region was considering moving to OpenDocument formats.
However an investigation has revealed that Quinn hadn't done anything and all his trips had been approved by his supervisor Eric Kriss.
Kriss told Quinn that he didn't think he had to do much paperwork because, that would be silly.
It also seems that rather than being junkets. the conferences were weekend affairs and were paid for by Quinn. They were also done long after Massachusetts had made its decision to junk Microsoft and move to OpenDocument.
Over at Groklaw they see a connection between the dumping of VoleWare and the leaked story to the Boston Globe. They are calling on the reporters to reveal their sources and wonder why its hacks didn't ask Kriss before they stitched him up on the front page. µ
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