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Boeing subcontractor admits contract fraud
Boeing subcontractor admits contract fraud

A Hacienda Heights man pleaded guilty in federal court in St. Louis on Friday to charges he used inside information from a Boeing employee in a bid to win contracts to produce 16 different military aircraft parts, prosecutors said. William Boozer, 59, owns Globe Dynamics International Inc. of Santa Ana, which produced precision-machined parts and assembled complex components for Boeing, prosecutors said. From November 2009 to February 2013, Boozer got Boeing's procurement officer, Deon Anderson, to provide inside information on prices and competitors' bids, using the coded term "Isle 5," short for "price check on aisle five," prosecutors said. In exchange,...

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