Update: Firm ordered to pay back GSA customers

They overcharged the federal government and now they’re paying for it.

Network Appliance Inc. (also known as NetApp.) has been ordered to pay $128 million to settle allegations that it overcharged GSA customers, according to the Federal Times.

The settlment comes after a whistleblower filed a complaint under the False Claims Act.

Marcia Madsen is partner in the law firm Mayer Brown tells us more about the case.

Download our free ebook to find out how agency CIOs and CHCOs implementing the president's reorganization executive order.