Defense Contractor Fraud

You may be entitled to compensation if you have personal knowledge of a defense contractor making, using, presenting false information to the government:

  • For claims of payment
  • Statements material to claims
  • Bid submissions
  • Invoices
  • Inflating direct billing rate for certain employees
  • Inflating indirect billing rates
  • Contractor resumes, personnel qualifications to GSA labor Categories
  • On-Line Representations and Certification Application (“ORCA”) 41 FAR 4.12
  • Compliance Reports
  • Affirmative Action Plans
  • Equal Opportunity, EEO-1, Vets
  • OSHA
  • Applicant Tracking
  • Record Retention
  • Benefits Administration
  • Certification of “Forward-Pricing Data” & Actual amount of Direct & In-Direct Costs
  • Truth in Negotiations Act (“TINA”)
  • Federal Acquisition Regulation
  • Miscategorising employees job, duties, skills, or experience
  • Avoid/decrease an obligation to pay/transmit/return money
  • Falsifying/concealing/incomplete information during audits by DCAA, DOD, DOL, DCMA,GSA, OFCCP
  • Actual Cost Experience – Allowable Cost and Payments Clause

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