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May 29, 2018

Posted  June 4, 2018

UK-headquartered marine services contractor Inchcape will pay $20 million to resolve allegations the company and its subsidiaries defrauded the U.S. Navy by submitted exaggerated invoices, double-billing, and billing at rates in excess of agreed-upon rates under contracts for ship “husbanding” services, including ship-to-shore and local transportation, force protection services, food provision, and waste removal. The case was originally filed under the False Claims Act by former employees of Inchcape, Noah Rudolph, Andrea Ford, and Lawrence Cosgriff, who will receive approximately $4.4 million of the settlement. USAO DDC

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