The US DoJ announces that a former prime contractor manager has been sentenced to serve 14 years in prison in an ongoing bid-rigging, fraud and kickback case (McDonald)

U.S. DoJ Announces Record 14 Year Prison Sentence in Bid-Rigging Case* In what can only be described as a somewhat sobering announcement, the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) announced earlier today that a former prime contractor manager has been sentenced to serve 14 years in prison in an ongoing bid-rigging, fraud and kickback case. According to the DoJ, this is the longest sentence ever imposed in the U.S. involving an antirust crime. In describing the case, in which one Canadian defendant currently faces extradition to the U.S., the DoJ said: “After a two week jury

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Steve Szentesi, The US DoJ announces that a former prime contractor manager has been sentenced to serve 14 years in prison in an ongoing bid-rigging, fraud and kickback case (McDonald), 3 March 2014, e-Competitions Bulletin March 2014, Art. N° 64361

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