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  • **FILE** Lockheed Martin Corp. security guards stand in front of a new stealth fighter, known as the F-35 or Joint Strike Fighter, before a news conference after the plane's first flight in Fort Worth, Texas, on Dec. 15, 2006. (Associated Press)

    Lockheed to repay government $15.8M for subcontractor scam

    One of the world's largest defense contractors, Bethesda-based Lockheed Martin Corp., agreed Friday to pay $15.8 million to the U.S. government to settle allegations that it mischarged perishable tools used on numerous contracts, the Justice Department said.

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  • "Improper financial incentives have the potential to compromise physician medical judgment," said Assistant Attorney General Stuart F. Delery of the Justice Department's Civil Division. "This case demonstrates the Department of Justice's commitment to pursue medical device manufacturers that use improper financial relationships to influence physician decision-making."

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  • "This alone is likely to cause banks to scrutinize their account relationships and, if warranted, to terminate fraud-tainted processors and merchants," Stuart F. Delery, acting assistant attorney general, said in a memo dated November 2012.

    Operation Choke Point targets businesses administration doesn’t like →

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