In the spring of 2018, the Charity & Security Network learned of several lawsuits filed in U.S. courts against nonprofit organizations (NPOs) that receive USAID funding. Using a law meant to combat fraud against
New changes to two documents related to USAID’s contract and certification process have reduced the “look-back” period from 10 to three years, and clarified that grantees need only check U.S. government and UN terrorist lists
Use of the U.S. False Claims Act (FCA) to attack nonprofit organizations’ programs in Palestine took a setback in late December 2019 when the Zionist Advocacy Center’s (TZAC) FCA case against Oxfam Great Britain was
Please click here for a printable PDF of this Issue Brief. What is the False Claims Act and why is it an Issue? The False Claims Act (FCA) is a U.S. law that
The Charity & Security Network will host a special online briefing for nonprofit organizations (NPOs) on use of the False Claims Act, a law meant to protect whistleblowers, to sue NPOs working in Palestine and other complex environments.