- Revere Sewer Foreman Randy Adamson fined $8,000 for performing private water and sewer work in the city and for paying bribes to Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund General Manager Joseph Maglione to secure permits to do the work.
Former Lawrence Public Schools Employee Charles Birchall, III violated the conflict of interest law by accepting a bribe in exchange for issuing a fraudulent purchase order, and for using school department resources for a private printing job. Birchall paid a $6,000 civil penalty and a $2,449 civil forfeiture.
- Former employee of Boston Water and Sewer Commission fined for violating G.L. c. 268A, section 18 for receiving private compensation as a former municipal employee in relation to a matter in which he personally and substantially participated in as a municipal employee.
- Former P.J. Landers project manager Terry Edwards fined $5,000 for paying bribes to a Highway Department inspector in order to have the inspector approve work performed by P.J. Landers.
- Former Springfield Parking Authority (the Authority) Operations and Facilities Manager Kelly Giampa was fined $3,000 for soliciting bribes for herself and a friend in early September 2003 from a contractor seeking work from the Authority.
- Revere Drain Department Foreman Anthony Giannino fined $8,000 for performing private water and sewer work in the city and for paying bribes to Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund General Manager Joseph Maglione to secure permits to do the work.
- The Commission issued a Decision and Order concluding that Quincy resident Michael Jovanovic violated the state's conflict law by offering a bribe to a Department of Medical Assistance employee who was about to deny Jovanovic's application for financial assistance for his brother who was in a nursing home.
- Former MassHighway Inspector fined $6,000 for soliciting and receiving bribes from a vendor in exchange for making the job go smoother.
A former Lawrence public school department employee was cited for accepting money in a bid rigging arrangement with a vendor.
- The Commission concluded that the allegations were not proven by a preponderance of the evidence.
- A mayor found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 2 and section 3 for allegedly offering not to schedule a fire captains' promotional exam in exchange for the support of ten firefighters in his re-election campaign.
- Property developer, John F. Scott, found to have violated G. L. c. 268A, section 3(a) by offering something of substantial value to a municipal employee for or because of official acts performed or to be performed by him.
- Berkley septic installer paid two Board of Health members $100 each for signing certificate of compliance, violated sections 2& 3.
- A former employee of the speaker of the house found to have violated G.L. c. 268A, section 2 and section 3 by accepting a bribe and several gifts from individuals with whom he had official dealings.