Posted: April 26th, 2017
General Services Administration (GSA), the federal government’s
bookkeeping agency, purchased more than $200 million worth of defective
and useless furniture from a New Jersey furniture manufacturer. After
reviewing the books of the furniture manufacturer, it was clear that the
company was paying off GSA inspectors. What happened to the furniture
It was charged with making false certifications and fined $2 million.
It was bought by another company.
All of the above
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