Q&A With GSA Inspector General Brian Miller

Law360, New York (April 3, 2014, 8:02 PM EDT) -- Since December 2008, contractors have been required to report significant overpayments and credible evidence of fraud to the government. One of the rule's strongest advocates, General Services Administration Inspector General Brian Miller, spoke with Law360 about how the program is working after four and a half years.

As vice chairman of the National Procurement Fraud Task Force, you played an important part in getting the mandatory disclosure rule into the Federal Acquisition Regulation. What was your motivation for getting the rule into place?

The idea is that contractors and the federal government are partners, and if your partner is being victimized...

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