TesTech Inc., the Washington Twp. engineering company that last month settled civil federal contracting fraud charges, now faces expulsion from two Ohio programs that give it special preference in obtaining lucrative taxpayer-funded state contracts, an Ohio official said Thursday.
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For two years, the Dayton Daily News has been investigating the relationships between Washington Twp. developers David and Shery Oakes and a business called TesTech, which gained entry into a federal program that gives government contracting preference to companies owned by members of disadvantaged minority groups.