First RF pays $10M in settlement over inflated Army contract pricing

UPDATED: BOULDER – First RF Corp., an antenna and radio system company based in Boulder, has agreed to pay $10 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by submitting inflated claims for electronic warfare antennas sold to the U.S. Army to combat improvised explosive devices. The

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‘Community Capitalism’ takes off as G.Town wins new funding

G.Town Promise – an initiative of the city of Greeley, several local business and community leaders – has secured a $20,000 commitment from an area company to send 200 students to G.Town’s annual youth leadership summit. Greeley city manager Roy Otto declined to identify the company until the deal is

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