The Gallup Organization has agreed to pay the United States $10.5 million to settle whistleblower allegations brought by a former executive of the company that it defrauded the U.S. Mint and the State Department by overstating its estimated labor hours in several government contracts and subcontracts. Michael Lindley, the former director of client services at Gallup, brought the whistleblower complaint against the company under the False Claims Act (FCA), which enables private individuals with inside information of fraud and other wrongdoing to sue on behalf of the U.S. and share in the recovery. Mr. Lindley will receive $1.9 million for ... Read More
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