Government Audits, Investigations and Claims Vedder Service
Oversight of government contracts continues to grow.
Today, a variety of government organizations are authorized to investigate an increasingly wide range of contractor activities—from actions that range from routine financial audits, performance evaluations and investigations of suspected fraud, waste or abuse to outright criminal investigations. Understanding the nature of jurisdictional scope and potential exposure of a government inquiry is essential to protecting your company’s rights.
Our attorneys have a broad range of experience representing clients in connection with audits, investigations and government claims. We can assist with addressing issues and inquiries—ranging from highly technical questions to allegations of criminal misconduct—raised by various agencies, including the following:
- Defense Contract Audit Agency
- Office of the Inspector General
- Defense Contract Management Command
- Army Criminal Investigative Division
- Air Force Office of Special Investigations
- Navy Criminal Investigative Service
- Department of Justice
- U.S. Congress
- Other investigative bodies
In any scenario, we take steps to help your company quickly gain a thorough understanding of the pertinent facts, legal standards and risks, and to develop an appropriate, efficient and economic means of resolution.