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July 16, 2019

Posted  July 16, 2019

A government contractor has agreed to pay $11 million to settle False Claims allegations of directly and indirectly supplying improperly tested electrical connectors to the U.S. military.  According to Ralph Tatgenhorst, a former regional quality manager for ITT Cannon, the company repeatedly failed to test six different models of connectors even after the government learned of the failure, and even after the company promised it would conduct remedial testing.  For coming forward with a successful qui tam case, Tatgenhorst will receive a relator’s share of $2 million.  DOJ; USAO CDCA

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