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October 7, 2020

Posted  October 7, 2020

J&K Contracting, Inc. will pay $350,000 to the State of Maryland to settle claims that the company violated the Maryland False Claims Act.  J&K and its principal, Kryiakos Kiotsekoglou, were alleged to have made false statements that they used and paid subcontractors certified under the state’s Minority Business Enterprise Program.  In addition to the fine, defendants have agreed to a voluntary debarment from contracting with the State.  MD

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

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