Prompted by tips from a whistleblower, the U.S. government has filed a False Claims Act lawsuit against two former executives of a multiservice development firm contracted to perform reconstruction work in Afghanistan, Iraq, and other countries, alleging they conspired to inflate charges and overbill the government for their services. The U.S. Department of Justice accuses Derish M. Wolff and Salvatore J. Pepe, respectively the former chief executive officer and chief financial officer of Louis Berger Group Inc. (LBG), of defrauding the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and other agencies. Morristown, New Jersey-based LBG provides a range of services, including ... Read More
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