Accenture, a global company, has agreed with the U.S. Department of Justice to settle a lawsuit for $63.68 million. The lawsuit, originally filed in 2006, claimed that in work for the U.S. federal government, Accenture received payments, resale revenue or other benefits through alliance agreements with technology vendors that were not sufficiently disclosed and that were not allowed on federal contracts. Interestingly, Accenture was originally based in the U.S., then in Bermuda, and since September 1, 2009, the company has been “incorporated” in Ireland.
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