Government “stimulus” incentives, government spending and government grants offer many Americans the opportunity to do business with their own state or federal government agencies. Procuring government grants or contracts to perform services or sell products to the government normally requires detailed application and verification procedures.
Were you criminally charged with fraud for lying to the government by way of alleged misrepresentations or omissions in your application for a government grant or a government contract? Did you overstate or understate your enterprise’s resources or percentage of minority employees to procure a revenue-earning opportunity involving government funding?
Did you falsify the extent to which your business “builds green” to obtain a government-funded building contract that is designed to reward environmentally sound construction projects?
Contact a Utah Federal Crimes Lawyer
Greg Smith and Associates, Criminal Law Attorneys, in Salt Lake City welcomes inquiries from defense contractors and other private individuals who are charged with Utah state crimes or federal crimes involving procurement of government-funded income streams.
Your criminal charges of “government procurement fraud” may be in connection with allegations of activity such as:
- Bid fixing
- Fraudulent billing
- Price fixing
- Product substitution
- Misuse of federal grant money
- Misstatement of cost of material, supplies or labor
Our government procurement fraud attorneys are here to offer those who need our advocacy the benefit of our experience and knowledge. We regularly advise other lawyers and share our perspectives on national broadcasts.
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Contact us night or day, any day of the week. Our government procurement fraud attorneys are ready to talk with you about the steps we will take to defend you in the face of white collar crime charges in Utah. You can call us at 801-651-1512 or contact us online.