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Fri Mar 29, 2019, 08:48 AM

Michigan man charged with fraudulently obtaining nearly $12 million in VA construction contracts

Michigan man charged with fraudulently obtaining nearly $12 million in VA construction contracts in Cleveland and Michigan by falsely claiming the company receiving the contracts was owned by a disabled veteran


A Michigan man was charged with fraudulently obtaining nearly $12 million in government construction contracts in Cleveland and Michigan by falsely claiming the company receiving the contracts was owned by a disabled veteran.

William Kozerski, 62, of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, was charged via criminal information with one count of wire fraud.

According to the information filed in federal court in Cleveland:

Congress established the Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business Program to help service-disabled veterans by setting aside certain contracts for small businesses majority owned and controlled by service-disabled veterans

CA Services was a construction company based in Michigan. Kozerski and CA Services held out that a service-disabled veteran was the owner and primary manager of CA Services when, in fact, the disabled veteran was not.

Read more: https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndoh/pr/michigan-man-charged-fraudulently-obtaining-nearly-12-million-va-construction-contracts

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