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Apparently paying the government 25 million for falsifying NDA records meant nothing to them...

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UPS agrees to pay Feds $25 million over allegations of falsifying ‘Next Day Air’ delivery times
Posted on May 19, 2015 by postal
United Parcel Service Agrees to Settle Alleged Civil False Claims Act Violations
UPS agrees to pay Feds $25 million over allegations of falsifying 'Next Day Air' delivery times
May 19, 2015 United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) has agreed to pay $25 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false claims to the federal government in connection with its delivery of Next Day Air overnight packages, the Justice Department announced today. UPS is a package delivery company based in Atlanta.
“Protecting the federal procurement process from false claims is central to the mission of the Department of Justice,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Benjamin C. Mizer of the Justice Department’s Civil Division. “We will continue to ensure that when federal monies are used to purchase commercial services the government receives the prices and services to which it is entitled.”
“This conduct affected numerous federal agencies,” said U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente of the Eastern District of Virginia. “We place high importance on the integrity of companies that provide services to the government. Combating all manners of fraud on the government is a high priority in the Eastern District of Virginia.”
 
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Apparently paying the government 25 million for falsifying NDA records ment nothing to them...

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UPS agrees to pay Feds $25 million over allegations of falsifying ‘Next Day Air’ delivery times
Posted on May 19, 2015 by postal
United Parcel Service Agrees to Settle Alleged Civil False Claims Act Violations
UPS agrees to pay Feds $25 million over allegations of falsifying 'Next Day Air' delivery times 'Next Day Air' delivery times
May 19, 2015 United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) has agreed to pay $25 million to resolve allegations that it submitted false claims to the federal government in connection with its delivery of Next Day Air overnight packages, the Justice Department announced today. UPS is a package delivery company based in Atlanta.
“Protecting the federal procurement process from false claims is central to the mission of the Department of Justice,” said Principal Deputy Assistant Attorney General Benjamin C. Mizer of the Justice Department’s Civil Division. “We will continue to ensure that when federal monies are used to purchase commercial services the government receives the prices and services to which it is entitled.”
“This conduct affected numerous federal agencies,” said U.S. Attorney Dana J. Boente of the Eastern District of Virginia. “We place high importance on the integrity of companies that provide services to the government. Combating all manners of fraud on the government is a high priority in the Eastern District of Virginia.”
Apparently they didn't learn their lesson.
 

Rack em

First to worst!
I don't think this new ceo knew what she was getting herself into. Her first year and she's gonna get hit with a class action lawsuit haha.
 
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