Md. Pay-To-Play Law: Increased Scrutiny For Gov't Contracts – Law360 (subscription)
Md. Pay-To-Play Law: Increased Scrutiny For Gov't ContractsLaw360 (subscription)Amendments to Maryland's pay-to-play law taking effect Jan. 1, 2015, will impose burdensome contract reporting requirements for many companies. Although Maryland has had a pay-to-play law on the books for years, these amendments will require many …and more »
Defense contractor gets 3 years in $1.2M fraud scheme (Biz Journal)
The majority owner of a Delaware County defense contracting company was sentenced to a little more than three years in prison for defrauding the U.S. Government out of $1.2 million. Kenneth Narzikul, 60, of Media, PA, was sentenced Friday to 37 months in prison for committing major fraud against the United States, obstructing a federal audit, and making false claims to the government in connection with defense contracts to manufacture components for military helicopters. U.S. District Court Judge…
IRS has active contract for millions with company behind botched HealthCare.gov
Seven months after federal officials fired CGI Federal for its botched work on Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, the IRS awarded the same company a $4.5 million IT contract for its new Obamacare tax program.
Construction company to pay $1.3 million in improper billing case – PolitickerNJ
Construction company to pay $1.3 million in improper billing casePolitickerNJVeteran Construction Associates LLC (Veteran Construction), a construction company headquartered in Burlington, will pay $1.3 million to resolve allegations that it improperly billed the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on government contracts, U.S. …Veteran Construction Associates LLC reaches $1.3 million settlementCherry Hill Courier Postall 3 news articles »