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Topic - Stuart F. Delery
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.
"The Department of Justice is committed to ensuring that health care providers who pay kickbacks in return for patient referrals are held accountable," Stuart F. Delery, the assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Civil Division, said in a statement. "Schemes such as this one corrupt the health care system and take advantage of vulnerable patients."
"We will not tolerate shortcuts taken by companies that we have entrusted with vetting individuals to be given access to our country's sensitive and secret information," said Stuart F. Delery, assistant attorney general for the Justice Department's Civil Division.