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October 24, 2019

Posted  October 24, 2019

Engineering firm CH2M Hill will pay $6.4 million to resolve claims that it billed the U.S. Air Force for work done by personnel who did not meet educational and work experience requirements set forth in a contract between the parties for environmental consulting work.  The settlement arose following CH2M’s 2017 disclosure of the overbilling and repayment of $10.5 million.  Following that payment, the Air Force contended that CH2M knew about the overpayment as early as 2011, but sought to conceal the result of its internal audit, claiming privilege.  USAO WD WA

Tagged in: Defense Contract Fraud, Falsifying Invoices, Government Investigation, Government Procurement Fraud,

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