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November 29, 2022

Posted  November 29, 2022

Government contractor PowerSecure, Inc. agreed to pay $8.4 million to resolve claims that it failed to completely and accurately report disclose cost or pricing data in connection with securing a sole source contract for the repair and restoration of Puerto Rico’s power grid following the damage caused by Hurricane Maria.  The government asserted that such cost and pricing data was required by the Truth in Negotiations Act, and that PowerSecure’s failure to provide it violated the False Claims Act.  DOJ

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