SALT LAKE CITY—The owner of a small Utah-based construction company will receive a $148,480 whistleblower reward for helping the U.S. government recover nearly a million dollars from another larger construction company that allegedly was conducting a scheme to defraud a Small Business Administration (SBA) program designed to help small businesses. Saiz Construction and its owner Abel Saiz filed a lawsuit against Okland Construction Co. under the qui tam provisions of the False Claims Act, which allows individuals to sue on behalf of the U.S. government if they possess evidence of fraud, waste, abuse, and other wrongdoing targeting federal agencies and ... Read More
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