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Defense Contractor Agrees to $4.535 Million Settlement for Alleged False Claim Act Violations

Baltimore, Maryland – Advanced C4 Solutions, Inc. agreed today to pay $4.535 million to the United States to settle allegations that it submitted inflated invoices to the government for work performed at Joint Base Andrews.

The settlement was announced by United States Attorney for the District of Maryland Rod J. Rosenstein; Brigadier General Keith M. Givens, Commander Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI); Special Agent in Charge Robert Craig of the Defense Criminal Investigative Service – Mid-Atlantic Field Office (DCIS); and U.S. Small Business Administration Inspector General Peggy E. Gustafson.

Source: Defense Contractor Agrees to $4.535 Million Settlement for Alleged False Claim Act Violations | USAO-MD | Department of Justice

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