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February 2, 2016

Posted  February 11, 2016

Colorado-based construction management company MCC Construction Company agreed to pay $1,769,294 in criminal penalties and forfeiture for conspiring to commit fraud on the United States by illegally obtaining government contracts that were intended for small, disadvantaged businesses.  According to court documents, MCC conspired with two companies that were eligible to receive federal government contracts set aside for small, disadvantaged businesses with the understanding that MCC would, illegally, perform all of the work.  In so doing, MCC was able to win 27 government contracts worth over $70 million from 2008 to 2011.  DOJ

Tagged in: Government Procurement Fraud, Set-Asides and Preferences,

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