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Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)

The federal government routinely awards contracts to companies with histories of misconduct, including contract fraud and other violations. POGO believes that providing this website will help to improve contracting decisions and increase public knowledge of how the government spends billions of taxpayer dollars each year. Read more…

Onondaga Lake Superfund Cleanup Costs

In December 2017, the Department of Justice lodged a proposed consent decree resolving the liability of Honeywell for Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA) response costs incurred by the United States in connection with the Onondaga Lake Superfund site in Syracuse, New York. From roughly 1884 to 1986, Honeywell’s corporate predecessors operated an industrial complex at the site where various hazardous substances including benzene, toluene, napthalene, phenol and xylene were produced. Under the consent decree, Honeywell agreed to pay the United States $7.3 million in reimbursement. The United States, in turn, agreed to reimburse Honeywell $6.25 million for cleanup costs that Honeywell claimed related to contaminants that certain federal agencies deposited at the site during World War II.

Misconduct Type
Environment
Enforcement Agency
Multiple Agencies
Contracting Party
None
Court Type
Civil
Disposition
Settlement
Date of Consent Decree
12/14/2017
Contractors Involved Penalty
Total
Honeywell International Inc. $1,050,000
Further Information Released
DOJ Press Release 12/20/2017
Federal Register Notice 12/20/2017
Complaint 12/14/2017
Consent Decree 12/14/2017

Federal Contractor Misconduct Database