Savannah River Nuclear Site Contractor Settles False Claims Act Allegations for $1.6 million

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 · Energy & Process Corp. Agrees to Pay $4.6 Million for Alleged False Claims Regarding defective steel rebar and Quality Control Failures in Nuclear Waste Treatment Facility. The allegations resolved by this settlement arose in part from a whistleblower lawsuit filed under the False Claims Act by Deborah Cook, a former employee.

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 · Allegations: Energy & Process Corporation Risks Nuclear Accidents w/Cheap Materials. E&P’s contract to supply nuclear construction-grade rebar amounted to $11.5 million. While the government paid $3,400 per ton of material, the lawsuit alleges that the rebar provided was made of commercial grade steel and cost about $750 per ton at the time.

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Savannah River Site Contractor Agrees to Pay $3.8 Million to Settle False Claims Act Allegations . Contact Person: james leventis (803) 929 -3000 . Columbia, South Carolina—- United States Attorney Bill Nettles announced today that Parsons Government Services Inc. has agreed to pay the United States $3.8 million to settle allegations that

 · By the C|C whistleblower lawyer team georgia-based Energy & Process Corporation agreed to pay $4.6 million to resolve charges it violated the False Claims Act by failing to perform required quality assurance procedures and supplying defective steel reinforcing bars under a Department of Energy (DOE) contract to construct a nuclear waste treatment facility.

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 · Fluor Hanford Paid $1.1 Million to Resolve Allegations of Improper Lobbying. Despite the allegations, Fluor continues to be present at the Savannah River Nuclear site in South Carolina, at Hanford Nuclear site, at the Paducah, Kentucky site, at Chapelcross in.

Aiken-based Savannah River Site contractor settles false claims allegations for $1.6M