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Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)

The federal government routinely awards contracts to companies with histories of misconduct, including contract fraud and other violations. POGO believes that providing this website will help to improve contracting decisions and increase public knowledge of how the government spends billions of taxpayer dollars each year. Read more…

Top 10 Contractors by total FY17 contract awards

The following contractors top the list based on total contract awards. This table shows the associated instances of misconduct and total penalty amounts.

Rank Federal Contractor Contract Awards
FY17
Instances
Since 1995
Penalties
Since 1995
1 Lockheed Martin $50,696.0M 86 $767.5M
2 Boeing Company $23,362.0M 69 $1,457.2M
3 General Dynamics $15,337.2M 23 $280.3M
4 Raytheon Company $14,658.1M 28 $490.0M
5 Northrop Grumman $11,194.8M 46 $919.6M
6 McKesson $8,796.0M 24 $2,053.4M
7 Huntington Ingalls Industries $7,245.0M 4 $9.4M
8 Bechtel Corporation $5,530.3M 33 $452.7M
9 BAE Systems $5,288.5M 23 $596.3M
10 L-3 Communications $5,150.6M 20 $139.5M
Rank / Federal Contractor FY17 Contract $
$147,258.5M
1. $50,696.0M Lockheed Martin 86 instances since 1995 | $767.5M in penalties
2. $23,362.0M Boeing Company 69 instances since 1995 | $1,457.2M in penalties
3. $15,337.2M General Dynamics 23 instances since 1995 | $280.3M in penalties
4. $14,658.1M Raytheon Company 28 instances since 1995 | $490.0M in penalties
5. $11,194.8M Northrop Grumman 46 instances since 1995 | $919.6M in penalties
6. $8,796.0M McKesson 24 instances since 1995 | $2,053.4M in penalties
7. $7,245.0M Huntington Ingalls Industries 4 instances since 1995 | $9.4M in penalties
8. $5,530.3M Bechtel Corporation 33 instances since 1995 | $452.7M in penalties
9. $5,288.5M BAE Systems 23 instances since 1995 | $596.3M in penalties
10. $5,150.6M L-3 Communications 20 instances since 1995 | $139.5M in penalties

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Recently Updated Misconduct

Instance of Misconduct Penalties Updated
Failure to Comply With Medicare Part D Requirements – December 2012
Centene Corporation
$100,000 2 days ago
Failure to Comply With Medicare Part D Requirements – May 2016
Centene Corporation
$31,950 2 days ago
Failure to Provide Accurate Benefit and Coverage Information to Medicare Advantage Enrollees
Centene Corporation
$25,710 2 days ago
Harvey et al. v. Centene (Failing to Provide Adequate In-Network Access)
Centene Corporation
$0 2 days ago
Washington State Provider Network Deficiencies
Centene Corporation
$1,500,000 2 days ago

Federal Contractor Misconduct Database