Whistleblower News: Government Contractor Agrees To Pay $8.4 Million To Resolve Claims Related To Its Failure To Disclose Cost Or Pricing Data, Expect More Foreign Bribery Cases Despite Recent Drop, U.S. Justice Official Says

Government Contractor Agrees to Pay $8.4 Million to Resolve Claims Related to its Failure to Disclose Cost or Pricing Data


The Department of Justice announced today that PowerSecure, Inc. (PowerSecure), located in Durham, North Carolina, has agreed to pay $8.4 million to resolve allegations that it violated the False Claims Act arising from its failure to provide certified cost or pricing data when negotiating rates with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) in connection with a sole source contract for the repair and restoration of Puerto Rico’s power grid following the damage caused by Hurricane Maria in September 2017. read more »

Expect more foreign bribery cases despite recent drop, U.S. Justice official says


A recent decline in the number of U.S. government enforcement actions targeting foreign bribery does not reflect a shift in policy, and enforcement activity will increase, a top Department of Justice official said on Tuesday. read more »