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Types of Whistleblower Cases

Military and Department of Defense Contractors

Defense contract fraud can come in a variety of forms. These might include, but are not limited to:

  • Obtaining contracts through false statements.
  • Misrepresenting project costs.
  • Underbidding, overcharging, or over-billing on contracts.
  • Omitting resources available to the company for a project.
  • Bid-rigging.
  • Contract-negotiation fraud.
  • Use of cheap or inferior products.
  • Failure to follow contract specifications or to complete the project to government requirements.
  • Falsifying test results or failing to perform required tests or inspections.
  • Billing the government for time spent on private contracts.
  • Representing purchases as made from American companies when they are not.
  • Failing to comply with contract specifications, misrepresenting qualifications to complete the work.
  • Overbilling or overcharging for goods or services.
  • Billing for services not provided, utilizing sub-standard goods.
  • Violating the Truth-in-Negotiations Act (TINA), which stipulated that the government should have access to all the cost or pricing data the contractor used in making a bid for a government project; if a contractor withheld relevant data which resulted in an overstated price, this would be a violation.

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