January 25, 2016

October 15, 2015

Houston-based military contractor Kellogg Brown & Root, Inc. (KBR) was ordered to pay roughly $108,000 for violating the Anti-Kickback Act by accepting gifts and gratuities, including expensive dinners, golf outings and event tickets, from various sub-contractors while KBR was providing logistic services to the United States Army Operations Support Command contract known as LOGCAP III.  LOGCAP III was awarded to KBR for the provision of logistical support to the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan.  FBI

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