“Yesterday a Congressional committee published a 157-page report alleging a government contractor used questionable behavior to win federal contracts that could be worth more than $500 million. The worst part: While the contractor’s methods smell bad, some of his actions appear to be in line with the letter of the law.
Among Strong Castle’s alleged transgressions is the abuse of a federal program that sets aside some contracts for disabled veterans.
Strong Castle was stripped of its HUBZone designation earlier this year, but the report indicates that the low bar for qualification in the disabled-veterans set-aside program means that Castillo seems to have qualified.”
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