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What is the role of Federal Agencies in federal False Claims Act cases?

Federal Agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration, the Department of Energy, etc., are the clients of DOJ.  Frequently, if the agency does not believe that fraud has been committed or that the agency has not been wronged, the DOJ will not “intervene” in a False Claims Act case.

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