The US DOJ fines a military contractor for bid rigging in Texas and Michigan (Leveritt)

Military Contractor Pleads Guilty to Rigging Bids for Public Contracts in Texas and Michigan* A Texas military contractor pleaded guilty yesterday to rigging bids on public military contracts in Texas and Michigan. Yesterday, in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Texarkana Division, John “Mark” Leveritt, 62, pleaded guilty to rigging bids on government contracts from at least May 2013 through April 2018. According to court documents, Leveritt conspired with others to rig bids on certain government contracts in order to give the false impression of competition and to secure government payments in excess of $17.5 million. The plea agreement detailed seven contracting bids that Leveritt and his co-conspirator rigged,

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US Department of Justice Antitrust Division, The US DOJ fines a military contractor for bid rigging in Texas and Michigan (Leveritt), 14 July 2022, e-Competitions July 2022, Art. N° 107812

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