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+ - CA Technologies Agrees To Pay $11 Million To Settle Billing Fraud Lawsuit

Submitted by rjmarvin
rjmarvin (3001897) writes "As part of a multi-state and federal billing fraud lawsuit based on whistleblower allegations, Fortune 500 company CA Technologies agreed to pay a settlement of $11 million. $8 million will go back to the federal government, and the other $3 million will be divided between 9 different states including New York, California and Hawaii. The allegations stem from a 2006 whistleblower lawsuit by former CA employee Ann Marie Shaw, alleging the company violated the False Claims Act through fraudulent billing of hundreds of public agencies on software maintenance renewal contracts from 2001 through 2009."
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CA Technologies Agrees To Pay $11 Million To Settle Billing Fraud Lawsuit

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