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August 20, 2019

Posted  August 20, 2019

American Airlines, Inc. will pay $22.1 million to resolve claims that it falsely reported contract performance times in a contract between the airline and the United States Postal Service.  The contract required American Airlines to take possession of U.S. mail receptacles at domestic locations as well as international locations of the Department of Defense and State Department, and report the time the receptacles were delivered at specified locations by submitting an electronic scan.  American Airlines was alleged to have falsified delivery information, thereby concealing contractual non-compliance and avoiding penalties for late delivery.  DOJ

Tagged in: Contract Non-Compliance, FCA Federal, Government Procurement Fraud,

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