N.J. bill would permanently ban those convicted of contract fraud from future government work

Mike Davis article from The Times of Trenton

February 17, 2015

TRENTON — A new bill advancing in the state Legislature would institute a one-strike rule for government contractors that bars all future contract work after a fraud conviction.

The bill, which was approved from an Assembly committee last week, would permanently bar anyone convicted of a second-degree government contracting fraud from working as a “key employee” in firms receiving such contracts in the future. Read more

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