Army Vet Charged In Alleged $40M Small Biz Contract Fraud

Law360, Nashville (December 1, 2017, 5:55 PM EST) -- An Army veteran has been indicted for allegedly using his status as a service-disabled veteran to falsely help a company win a $40 million U.S. Department of Defense deal to construct health care facilities on several Air Force bases, the U.S. Department of Justice announced Friday.

Joseph D. Dial Jr. has been charged with eight counts of fraud related to an alleged scheme to act as a figurehead business owner to help secure a $40 million deal set aside for service disabled veteran-owned small businesses, or...
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