David Joseph Bolduc, Jr., 61, of Herndon, Virginia, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud for his role in a government contract fraud scheme. Bolduc and QuantaDyn bribed a government official to obtain confidential government information and secure government contracts.
A Parkville, Missouri, man who was charged in two federal cases was sentenced in federal court for his role in a $335 million scheme to defraud federal programs that award contracts to firms owned by minorities, veterans, and service-disabled veterans, and in a separate case to filing false tax returns that cheated the government out of more than $615,000 in taxes owed.
A Tomah, Wisconsin, man has been charged in a 12-count indictment that alleges he engaged in a scheme to defraud the United States and to obtain money by making false representations.
A Monmouth County, New Jersey, company will pay $7.6 million under a consent judgement for its role in making false statements to obtain government contracts that were set aside for businesses owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans.
United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces the arrest and indictment of Darius Lopez (27, Tampa) charging him with one count of access device fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft.
A former employee of the U.S. General Services Administration was sentenced in federal court in Boston for receiving illegal gratuity.
A Middlesex County, New Jersey, gas station manager admitted making approximately $78,000 in fraudulent fuel charges using account information belonging to more than 17 gas station customers, including Amtrak.
A federal grand jury in the District of New Jersey returned an indictment charging a resident of Florida with running a massive operation over many years to traffic in fraudulent and counterfeit Cisco networking equipment with an estimated retail value of over $1 billion.