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Long Island-Based Telephonics Corporation Pays $4.25 Million to Settle Overbilling Claims on Army & Navy Contracts

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Bridget M. Rohde, Acting United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York, today announced that Telephonics Corporation, based in Farmingdale, New York, has agreed to pay $4,250,000 to the United States to settle claims that Telephonics overbilled the federal government under certain contracts to provide vehicle-mounted counter-improvised explosive device systems (Warlock Systems) to the Army and multi-mode radar systems (LAMPS Systems) to the Navy.