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Monthly Archives: June 2013
According to the U.S. Justice Department, General Electric Aviation Systems (GEAS) agreed to pay $6.58 million to resolve allegations that the company violated the False Claims Act (FCA) by submitting false claims to the Department of Defense regarding parts for … Continue reading
Diving into Department of Justice False Claims Act Statistics: A Look at FCA Filings from 1987 to Today
The Department of Justice (DOJ) maintains statistics on False Claims Act (FCA) filings going back to 1987. The statistics go back to 1987 for the simple reason that the False Claims Act, largely as we know it, is the product of … Continue reading
Taxpayers Against Fraud, also known by the acronym TAF, was founded in 1986 as a resource for attorneys that represent individuals who bring lawsuits under the False Claims Act to expose frauds against the federal and state governments.
Ohio-based Testech, Inc. and its owner, CESO, Inc., paid nearly $2.9 million to settle allegations that they falsely claimed disadvantaged business status on several government-funded transportation projects in order to garner construction work.