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F. Edward Brandon, Ms. Brandon’s husband, had extensive experience in government contracting and the other lines of business. Id. ¶ 31. Despite her alleged lack of experience, Ms. Brandon was selected as the president of the company. Moreover, though she contributed substantially the same amount as the other directors, Ms. Brandon’s financial contribution was treated as equity and she was given 51 percent of the company’s stock. Id. ¶¶ 33-34. In 1994, prior to applying for Section 8(a) certification, all of the directors of the company except for Ms. Brandon officially resigned, though they stayed on as employees with the same titles and salaries as before their resignations. Id. ¶¶ 35-37. The Government alleges that two of the original directors sold their stock to Ms. Brandon at this time at the share price set at the time of the company’s formation despite the fact that the company had grown in the interim. As a result of this sale, Ms. Brandon acquired an 81 percent interest in the company. Id. ¶ 39.

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