Ogilvy Settles Government Suit

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NEW YORK–Ogilvy & Mather has agreed to pay the government $1.8 million to resolve claims that the company overcharged the Office of National Drug Control Policy, the Justice Department said Monday.

Under the agreement, New York-based Ogilvy will pay $689,744 in cash and will adjust its contract to reflect a reduction in incurred costs claimed of $1,150,256.

According

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