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NEWARK, N.J. – A New Jersey gas station manager was charged today in connection with entering fraudulent charges on fuel credit cards assigned to at least four Amtrak vehicles, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A Virginia-based consulting group and its president and majority owner agreed to a $4.8 million settlement with respect to allegations that they paid kickbacks, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Raj Parekh for the Eastern District of Virginia.

SAN ANTONIO – Keith Alan Seguin, a 55-year-old former civilian employee at Randolph Air Force Base in San Antonio, admitted this morning to receiving millions of dollars in bribes in connection with a government contract fraud scheme that spanned more than a decade and impacted hundreds of millions of dollars in contract awards.

BOSTON – A Newton man pleaded guilty today in connection with defrauding the General Services Administration.

CAMDEN, N.J. – The president of a company providing goods to government agencies today admitted to attempting to defraud businesses in connection with government contracting, Acting U.S. Attorney Rachael A. Honig announced.

HARRISBURG - The United States Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Pennsylvania announced that on May 4, 2021, Joshua Keller, age 30, of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, was sentenced to one year and one day imprisonment followed by a two-year term of supervised release by U.S. District Court Judge Robert D. Mariani, for destruction of government property and lying during the purchase of a firearm.  Judge Mariani also ordered Keller to pay $39,393 in restitution. 

BOSTON – A Newton man was charged yesterday in connection with defrauding the General Services Administration.

PROVIDENCE – A Brooklyn, NY, businessman who admitted to arranging the manufacture of counterfeit clothing, apparel, and gear, in China and Pakistan, that was shipped to wholesalers for distribution in the United States, including to the United States military, has been sentenced to 18 months in federal prison and ordered to pay a $15,000 fine.

A Missouri man pleaded guilty today to rigging online bids submitted to the General Services Administration (GSA).

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