HOTLINE: Reappointment of Ogilvy & Mather by US government under fire

The US government's reappointment of Ogilvy & Mather to handle its $152 million anti-drug account has come under fire following allegations of billing irregularities on previous government business. Members of the US Senate and Congress, as well as losing agencies, have demanded that the billing problems, which have left the agency open to a continuing criminal investigation, should have precluded O&M from the pitch.


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