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CA to pay $45M in False Claims Act case

Jaclyn Jaeger | March 13, 2017

CA, an information technology management software and services company, agreed to pay $45 million to resolve allegations under the False Claims Act that it made false statements and claims in the negotiation and administration of a General Services Administration contract, the Department of Justice announced.  

The settlement resolves allegations related to a GSA contract awarded to CA for software licenses and maintenance services.  Under Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) contracts like this one, GSA pre-negotiates prices and contract terms for subsequent orders by federal agencies.  

At the time of CA’s contract, contractors were required to fully and accurately disclose to GSA how they conducted business in the commercial marketplace so that GSA could use that information to negotiate a fair price for government agencies using the GSA... To get the full story, subscribe now.