Gov. Tom Corbett has ordered reviews of Ciber Inc. and all other vendors named in the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission investigation, three weeks after the state indicted eight people alleging pay-to-play schemes.

One of them was Dennis Miller, a former vice-president of Greenwood Village, Colo.-based Ciber, whom a statewide investigating grand jury said was "intrinsically involved" in securing $82 million worth of contracts with the commission by using his relationship with turnpike officials to secure work and "improperly influence the contracting process."

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