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Combating Fraud and Protecting the Integrity of Government Contracting
 
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  The Attorney General, through The Division of Criminal Justice, Financial Crimes Bueau, is responsible for the detection, investigation and prosecution of offenses which corrupt or undermine the public procurement process.  
  Government Procurement officials are responsible for the expenditure of taxpayer funds for the purchase of goods and services. Fraud and corruption of the procurement process impacts upon the ability to effectively obtain the goods and services needed at the lowest competitive price and in a timely fashion. Further, the practices which undermine the public perception of integrity of the procurement process impair the ability of all governmental entities to garner support of their legitimate procurement needs.  
  Taxpayers have rightfully demanded that government spend tax money wisely and effectively. Preserving competition and ensuring the integrity of the procurement process provides government purchasing officials with the ability to obtain goods and services at the lowest possible cost and builds public confidence that taxpayer funds are being spent wisely. The Division of Criminal Justice and the Financial Crimes Bureau have the investigative tools and experience to determine whether particular practices in given contracting situations violate the criminal or antitrust laws. Together we can help to ensure that taxpayer dollars are used effectively.  
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