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February 02, 2009



I know of a defense contractor who regularly mischarged MSIC and other DoD entities by an erratic and misleading accounting system/scheme. They have won the Cogswell Award, the most prestigious honor in the industrial security field multiple times yet asked employees to make false statements to DCAA about accounting practices. Apparently this isn't enough to warrant a DIS investigation as the Defense Hotline have been routinely called and complaints filed with authorities.


HI doolittle,

If an employee who was asked to falsify docs and who has evidence were willing to become part of a whistle blower suit under the U.S. False Claims Act and IF the government recovered money from the case, then that whistleblower-employee might get a cut of the government's recovery.

There are lawyers who specialize in such qui tam (or whistleblower) suits.

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