January 22, 2016

October 28, 2013

Columbia University agreed to pay $9M to settle allegations it defrauded the government of grant funding for AIDS and HIV related work. Specifically, the government charged that as the grant administrator for ICAP (formerly known as International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs), Columbia was required but failed to verify for nearly 200 ICAP employees that they performed the work for which they received grant funding. This resulted in Columbia obtaining grants for work that was not actually performed on the project being funded. Whistleblower Insider

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