Job Placement Nonprofit To Pay $1.7M To Settle FCA Suit

Law360, New York (December 19, 2012, 4:38 PM EST) -- Structured Employment Economic Development Corp., a nonprofit that ran New York City job placement centers, will pay $1.725 million to settle U.S. prosecutors' allegations that it routinely filed false reports with a federal job reporting database, Seedco said Tuesday.

Prosecutors had accused the nonprofit and seven of its managers of violating the False Claims Act by filing false entries in a government job-reporting database and other acts of fraud to gin up the numbers it submitted to a program funded by the federal government's Workforce Investment...
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