In what appears to be shaping up as another black eye for the eRate, the chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives committee investigating instances of program waste, fraud, and abuse says he will ask the Atlanta school system to turn over documents explaining how it spent--and allegedly mismanaged--$73 million on building what is described as a lavish computer network.

"It certainly wouldn't surprise me if certain members of that school district find themselves at a table facing a panel of congressmen in Washington," said Rep. James Greenwood, chairman of the investigations subcommittee of the


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