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False Claims Act: When Does Embellishing Become Fraud?

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When do exaggerations and misstatements during a solicitation for an award cross the line and become an issue of fraud?

The False Claims Act (FCA) prohibits the knowing submission of false claims by government contractors to the federal government. But how do you protect yourself and ensure that you justifiably position your firm to win the award?

Watch our on-demand webinar, moderated by Colorado PTAC and presented by Whitcomb Selinsky, PC, president and founder, Joe Whitcomb will share insights to:

 
  • - The latest trends related to FCA enforcement within government contracts.
    - Clearly define "untruthful" and disruptive capabilities on federal government contract award solicitation.
    - How to avoid "bait and switch" tactics in government contracting.

    At the end of the webinar, attendees will also walk away with a better understanding of when to engage counsel to oversee internal audits and help establish a justified claim.
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About the AuthorJoe Whitcomb

Joe Whitcomb is the founder and president of Whitcomb, Selinsky, PC (WSM). In addition, he manages the firm and heads up the Government Procurement and International Business Transactions Law sections. As a result of his military service as a U.S. Army Ranger and as a non-commissioned officer in the Air Force, he learned mission accomplishment. While serving in the Air Force, he earned his Bachelor’s in Social Sciences and a Master’s in International Relations. His Master’s emphasis was on National Security and International Political Economics. After his military career, Joe attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law.

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