Whistleblowers Can Help Prevent Defense Contractor Fraud

Published on: September 23rd, 2021

At Wilbanks & Gouinlock, we actively pursue defense contractor fraud cases and expect many more in the coming years.  The Department of Defense allocated $420 billion in defense contracts in 2020, which is more than the amount allocated to all other federal agencies combined.  The $420 billion in private defense contracts remains a “high risk area for fraud, waste, and abuse.”  In the past decade, whistleblowers accounted for 3 out of 4 Department of Defense recoveries in False Claims Act cases.  For more information, please visit Fraud in America, presented by Taxpayers Against Fraud.

This article is intended for general informational and educational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. 

If you are aware of fraud on any federal or state program that has caused financial damage to the government, contact our office to discuss it, free of charge. Please fill out our free consultation form by clicking here; email us at info@wilbanksgouinlock.com; or call us (404) 842-1075, ext. 123 or 122.