Defense Criminal Investigative Service

The Defense Criminal Investigative Service is the criminal investigative arm of the Office of the Inspector General, U.S. Department of Defense. DCIS protects military personnel by investigating cases of fraud, bribery, and corruption; preventing the illegal transfer of sensitive defense technologies to proscribed nations and criminal elements; investigating companies that use defective, substandard, or counterfeit parts in weapons systems and equipment utilized by the military; and stopping cyber crimes and computer intrusions.
Posts about Defense Criminal Investigative Service
  • Universities Newest False Claims Act (Whistleblower) Target

    … $2.2 million in that case. Unlike many healthcare fraud cases that involve billing for services not performed or overbilling, this case allegedly involved poor quality care. A statement released by the Defense Criminal Investigative Service said that veterans and service members were denied proper care. In February of this year, Memorial Health…

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  • US Contractors Tagged for Iraq, Afghanistan Reconstruction Fraud

    … if they misuse taxpayer funds.” The Defense Criminal Investigative Service, Defense Contract Audit Agency and USAID’s Inspector General are assisting in the prosecution. What makes this case unusual (and refreshing) is the decision to prosecute the officers civilly even after the company paid a $50.4 million fine. Since becoming Attorney General…

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