DPS administrator accused of taking bribes, placed on paid leave
DENVER — A Denver Public Schools administrator has been placed on leave after accusations of corruption have emerged.
According to a DPS spokesperson, Bud Bullard was was placed on leave with pay after being accused of receiving improper payment from vendors in exchange for contracts with the school district contracts.
“These are serious allegations,” DPS media relations director Kristy Armstrong said. “We are in the process of conducting a thorough investigation.”
Bullard has been with DPS for 22 years, and serves as the Director of Information Technology for the school district.
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