Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), an information technology and business services company, will pay $1.37 million to resolve allegations that it solicited and received improper payments on technology contracts with government agencies, the Justice Department announced on May 15, 2008.

The whistleblower complaint which originated the suit alleged that CSC received payments, known as alliance benefits, from a number of companies with whom it had global alliance relationships. These benefits amounted to kickbacks and undisclosed conflict of interest relationships.

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