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Miller took tight control of the bidding process to obtain computers for District 29 and helped secure the contract for BIT Technologies, a Melville, L.I. company, to install computers in six schools in southeast Queens, sources said.

They said real estate developer Thomas Kontogiannis, who helped Miller purchase five homes in Rosedale, is a close business associate of Kinson Tso, president of BIT Technologies.

Ed Stancik, the special investigator for the city Board of Education, the Queens district attorney, and a Queens grand jury were examining the activities of Miller, her husband William Harris, Kontogiannis and Tso, the sources said.

Investigators were also examining the activities of Kontogiannis

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