APS Healthcare Inc. announced Wednesday that one of its subsidiaries agreed to pay $13 million to the U.S. government and Georgia to settle allegations from a former employee that it submitted false claims to the Georgia Medicaid Management Program.
A federal judge on Tuesday trimmed charges against a former University of Florida professor accused of stealing $3.7 million from NASA through fraudulent funding requests, saying that a five-year statute of limitations bars wire fraud and money laundering claims.
As Congress attempts to break its budgetary gridlock by a March 4 deadline, the Office of Management and Budget is preparing contingency plans to keep vital operations functioning during a potential government shutdown, White House officials said Tuesday.
The U.S. Department of Defense has ended the Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program, a regime testing the effectiveness of eliminating small business set-asides in certain industries.
The U.S. Department of Defense’s acquisitions arm has passed a final rule explicitly allowing non-DOD intelligence agencies to award contracts in excess of the DOD’s simplified acquisition threshold for joint programs with the defense agency.
The office manager of a Los Angeles medical equipment company has pled guilty to conspiring with her former church pastor to scam Medicare out of more than $6 million by falsely billing for high-end power wheelchairs.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has rejected Donnelly & Moore Corp.'s claims that the U.S. Navy improperly awarded another company sole-source contracts worth more than $7.3 million for information technology services in California.
The U.S. Department of Defense on Tuesday finalized a new rule requiring defense contracting officials to give 30 days advance notice before proposing a bundled procurement.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has nixed Airforce Turbine Service Ltd.'s protest over a U.S. Forest Service request for proposals that required bidders to be facilities designated to service aircraft used to fight forest fires.
Former Xe Services LLC firearm and tactic instructors have obtained conditional class certification in a lawsuit accusing the security contractor formerly known as Blackwater Worldwide of failing to pay proper overtime wages.
The federal government said Friday that it had intervened in a suit brought by a former KBR Inc. employee alleging the company paid a subcontractor in Iraq for materials for which it was later unable to account.
Two Texas cities have agreed to amend their so-called green cement policies in exchange for Ash Grove Texas LP's reducing its release of pollutants, as part of a proposed settlement in a suit alleging the policies violate competitive bidding statutes.
The Seventh Circuit has revived a chiropractor's False Claims Act suit that a federal judge in Illinois had dismissed after finding that the plaintiff was not the original source of information detailing her employer's alleged Medicaid and Medicare fraud.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Friday announced the departure of executive director Diego Ruiz — who led the agency's strategic planning and contracting activities — as well as the addition of an ex-corporate compliance officer to head its new whistleblower office.
The U.S. Department of Defense on Friday said it was seeking additional public comment on a proposed rule that would remove dollar thresholds for reporting government-furnished property, increasing requirements for contractors to account for government equipment.
A magistrate judge on Friday sided with Oracle Corp. in a suit brought by a former employee accusing the software giant of defrauding the federal government, barring the U.S. from sharing confidential materials with state investigators.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has dismissed U.S. Bank NA's protest accusing the U.S. General Services Administration of improperly awarding a task order to Citibank for third-party payment services under a federal freight shipping program.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has denied a bid protest over a $33 million contract to repair the roof of a U.S. Navy building, saying the Navy did not act unreasonably when choosing a higher-priced but more detailed work proposal.
The former CEO of the National Center for the Employment of the Disabled has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay about $70 million for bribing elected officials to secure federal contracts and embezzling government funds.
On the second anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, House Republicans are questioning the success of a $535 million U.S. Department of Energy loan guarantee to Solyndra Inc., which recently canceled a planned expansion.