Kundra is now back in charge of planning the national IT infrastructure, and the FBI has arrested two suspects from the District of Columbia's Office of the Chief Technology Officer.
The FBI said that agents have arrested the District of Columbia's IT department's acting chief security officer and the chief executive of an outsourcing contractor on bribery and other charges.
The White House has confirmed that Kundra is back in his job and is no longer the target of a police investigation.
Yusuf Acar, from the District of Columbia's Office of the Chief Technology Officer, is currently in jail following the refusal of his bail on the ground that he might flee the country.
Meanwhile, the contractor accused of bribing him, Sushil Bansal, chief executive of Advanced Integrated Technologies Corporation, is on bail but is confined to the Washington area.
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