Harold Salamon, a Haitian immigrant, who was hired as a financial analyst by government contractor Louis Berger group, became a whistleblower against the company. The company recently settled civil and criminal fines in the amount of $69.3 million and accepted a deferred prosecution while allowing the company to continue bidding for government contracts. Salamon uncovered evidence that Berger paid bribes in connection with its Afghanistan contract and overbilled the government through a complicated scheme to manipulate its overhead rates. Upon discovering the fraud and being asked to cover it up, Salamon left the company in order to pursue his whistleblower claims.
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