A federal government roofing contractor accused by a whistle-blower of substituting identical, cheaper materials for higher-priced versions will pay more than $60 million to settle the investigation into the matter. The company had done contract work for the General Services Administration. The whistle-blower, a former executive of the company, stands to receive about $10.9 million in the case under the False Claims Act, according to this article.

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