The Colorado AG’s office investigated whether Trammell Crow, acting as the City and County of Denver’s program manager for its Convention Center expansion project, and its former employee, Michael Sullivan, improperly exchanged confidential information about the project and procurement process with Mortenson Company that they did not share with other prospective bidders. (See entry on In re: Mortenson Company). The AG’s office found evidence that Trammell Crow’s former employee, Sullivan, sought Mortenson’s help on certain aspects of the procurement related to his work for the city, including the estimations for the preliminary design and interview questions. Sullivan in return shared confidential information with Mortenson related to the procurement that other prospective bidders did not receive. Trammell Crow will pay $250,000 to the AG’s office and establish a comprehensive, internal compliance program and must forward complaints to the Attorney General. Trammell Crow must also disclose the agreement to any Colorado governmental or public entity that asks for or requests information relating to whether the company has ever been investigated by or entered a settlement with a Colorado government entity.