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Former superintendent of Gettysburg NMP committed numerous ethics violations, DOI watchdog says

HARRISBURG, Pa. – A former superintendent of Gettysburg National Military Park was accused in a report released Thursday of improperly accepting free trips from the foundation that built and runs the park’s visitor’s center.

The U.S. Interior Department’s inspector general’s office report alleged that Ed Clark submitted false travel vouchers and asked the private nonprofit Gettysburg Foundation to underwrite a dinner he attended with other National Park Service employees.

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