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Dial, Milton K.

Accused Party Type
Government Employee
Accused Party Title
Deputy Associate Director
Court or Office
Minerals Management Service of the United States Department of the Interior (DOI)
Accused City
Accused State
District of Columbia
City of Complaint
State of Complaint
Date of Complaint
Rating of the Accused Party
United States v. Dial and Mayberry, District of Columbia -- Milton K. Dial, the former deputy associate director of Minerals Revenue Management at the Minerals Management Service of the United States Department of the Interior (DOI), was sentenced on February 17, 2009, subsequent to pleading guilty to a felony violation of the post-government employment restriction. Dial received a sentence of 12 months of probation and a $2,000 fine. Jimmy W. Mayberry was the special assistant to the Associate Director of Minerals Revenue Management, Minerals Management Service, DOI. When Mayberry was nearing retirement from federal service, he and his supervisor explored ways in which Mayberry could return to work for the DOI after his official retirement and decided on a contract for consulting, which he was awarded after manipulation of the bidding process. Prior to retiring, Dial created the evaluation criteria for the bids for this same contract, served on the evaluation committee that awarded the contract to the company, and served as the contracting officer's technical representative at the DOI for the company up until the time of his retirement. Approximately six months after retiring from the DOI, Dial accepted a position as a subcontractor working for and representing Mayberry's company in a contract with the DOI. Mayberry previously pled guilty to a criminal conflict of interest and was sentenced to 2 years of probation and a $2,500 fine.


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