January 22, 2016

October 24, 2010

Boulder, Colorado-based antenna and radio system company First RF Corporation agreed to pay $10M to settle allegations it violated the False Claims Act by submitting inflated claims for electronic warfare antennas sold to the US Army to combat Improvised Explosive Devices. Specifically, the government alleged that First RF knowingly submitted false data to the Army that misrepresented First RF’s cost to manufacture the antennas, and thereby inflated the price for the antennas and the payments First RF received for them. DOJ

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