Bribery and Kickbacks
Posted on behalf of Gordon & Partners on Feb 19, 2013 in Whistleblower Claims
The government awards billions of dollars worth of contracts each year. Fraud is committed if a business pays a government official to influence the rewarding of the contract or for inside information that may help a bidder win a contract or inflate the size of the bid while still being assured that the bid will be accepted.
Businesses also may be tempted to curry favor with a government official by offering a percentage of a contract award or purchase by the government as a "kickback" on each transaction.
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