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Violation Tracker Individual Record

Company: General Dynamics
Current Parent CompanyGeneral Dynamics
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Penalty: $200,000,000
Year: 2014
Date: January 23, 2014
Offense Group: government-contracting-related offenses
Primary Offense: False Claims Act and related
Mega-ScandalFederal Contractor Abuses
Violation Description: The Boeing Company, General Dynamics Corporation, and the United States formally asked the United States Court of Federal Claims to dismiss, as part of a settlement, their 23-year old dispute involving the Department of the Navy's 1991 default termination of a $4.8 billion contract awarded to Boeing's predecessor, McDonnell Douglas Corporation, and General Dynamics, to develop the A-12 carrier-based stealth aircraft. Under the settlement, the contractors agreed to provide aircraft and services to the military valued at $400 millionand the government would not pay any money in connection with the contractors' claims against the United States.
Level of Government: federal
Action Type: agency action
Agency: Justice Department Civil Division
Civil or Criminal Case: civil
HQ Country of Current Parent: USA
HQ State of Current Parent: Virginia
Ownership Structure of Current Parent: publicly traded
Major Industry of Current Parent: aerospace and military contracting
Specific Industry of Current Parent: aerospace & military contracting
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