A General Electric administrator will lead Ohio State University's new office to monitor compliance with rules and regulations in the wake of its football program's NCAAinfractions scandal.
Gates Garrity-Rokous will begin work Monday in the university-wide compliance office created this year after the football memorabilia scandal that led to the resignation of coach Jim Tressel and an NCAA investigation.
The office is responsible for developing a compliance-monitoring program. Its oversight covers numerous departments, including athletics.
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