MEDIA ALERT - ICAC public inquiry concerning former Sydney University IT manager to be recalled
Tuesday 1 May 2012
Former University of Sydney IT manager Atilla (Todd) Demiralay and his wife, Virginia Kantarzis, will be recalled to give further evidence to the Independent Commission Against Corruption's (ICAC) public inquiry this week (Thursday 3 May 2012) into corruption allegations involving Mr Demiralay's use of a recruitment agency, in which he and Ms Kantarzis had an interest, to recruit contractors for the university.
Bill Mylonas, who jointly owned the agency with Ms Kantarzis and Mr Demiralay, and Peter Kostogiannis, the former owner of the agency, will also be recalled to give evidence.
It is expected the witnesses will be examined further, and additional material put to them, regarding the role of Ms Kantarzis in the Succuro business and company during the time that her husband was using that agency to recruit university staff.
ICAC Assistant Commissioner, Ms Theresa Hamilton, will continue to preside at the public inquiry, which is expected to conclude that day.
Time: 10:00 am
Date: Thursday 3 May 2012
Location: ICAC Hearing Room
133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
ICAC's Manager Communications & Media, Nicole Thomas (02) 8281 5799 / 0417 467 801