VA employee used position for private gain and misused government resources connected to outside employment with veterans’ charity.
Six people charged with veterans federal death benefits fraud.
Former VA nurse pleads guilty to stealing oxycodone and other medications from VA medical center.
Two individuals ordered to pay $4 million in restitution after pleading guilty to conspiracy to defraud the government.
Woman charged with theft government funds and misappropriation related to her role as the fiduciary representative for a disabled veteran.
Former VA employee sentenced to prison for falsifying medical records of veterans that delayed vital health care.
Company CEO, CFO, and VP convicted of conspiracy and health care fraud.
Veteran sentenced to two years in federal prison for defrauding VA of nearly $700,000 in disability compensation.
Navy veteran pleads guilty to making false statements to a VA OIG special agent in an effort to continue receiving disability benefits.
OIG review finds that the Phoenix VA Health Care System inappropriately discontinued consults for some patients in 2015.
Connecticut man pleads guilty to defrauding veterans by representing that in exchange for money he would help them obtain increased benefits from the VA.
SDVOSB fraud results in federal prison term for a North Carolina couple.
Massachusetts man receives a sentence of 30 months in prison and a fine of $1 million for a $100 million Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside contracting fraud scheme.
OIG review identifies factors that increased the cost and delayed construction of the Denver replacement medical center in Aurora, Colorado.
Illinois man sentenced to one year in federal prison for benefits fraud totaling $178,789.
Missouri man sentenced to over four years in federal prison for benefits fraud and other offenses.
Massachusetts man pleads guilty to theft of nearly $80,000 in veterans benefits.
Joint OIG and FBI investigation results in Cannon Design signing a Criminal Enforcement Agreement that includes a $12 million penalty.
Joint investigation results in conspiracy and wire fraud charges in Ginnie Mae case.