Have a Claim?

Click here for a confidential contact or call:

1-212-350-2764

August 13, 2019

Posted  August 13, 2019

Classic Site Solutions, Inc. (CSS), a Massachusetts-based construction management company, and owner Cheryl Sady, have agreed to pay $1.3 million to settle allegations that CSS’s conduct between 2009 and 2015 violated the False Claims Act.  In order to access government contracts set aside for companies located in Historically Underutilized Business Zones (HUBZones), CSS and Sady allegedly submitted false statements to the Small Business Administration (SBA) indicating their principal office was located in a HUBZone, which allowed them to fraudulently bid on and win contracts worth millions of dollars.  USAO CT

Tagged in: FCA Federal, Government Programs Fraud, Set-Asides and Preferences,

Newsletter

Subscribe to receive email updates from the Constantine Cannon blogs

Sign up for: