The leader of a startup technology company and a former Harrisburg, Pa., School District official were charged last month with participating in a nearly $2 million kickback scheme in connection with a federally funded technology contract for the district, authorities say.

Ronald R. Morrett, president of Wormleyburg, Pa.-based EMO Communications, and John Henry Weaver, the district's former information technology director, have agreed to plead guilty to conspiracy charges, make restitution, and cooperate in an ongoing investigation of the case, U.S. Attorney Thomas A. Marino said Dec. 8. They are expected to appear in court at


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