On March 3, 2022, a non-DOJ individual was sentenced to four years of probation and ordered to pay $475,000 in restitution for conspiracy to commit health care fraud. Latosha Morgan was sentenced in the Northern District of Texas. According to the factual statement in support of the guilty plea, from in or about April 2012 through in or about March 2017, Morgan knowingly and willfully conspired with a physician and one of the physician’s other employees to defraud the Federal Employee Compensation Act program (FECA), which provides disability compensation benefits to federal employees who sustain on the job injuries or employment-related occupational illness, by submitting false and fraudulent claims for services not rendered as billed. Morgan and the other employee were paid a percentage of all weekly billing submitted to FECA. The parties stipulated that the loss amount associated with Morgan’s conduct was $475,000, but according to the factual statement, as a result of the overall scheme, FECA was billed approximately $5.8 million for services that were not provided as billed. The investigation is being conducted by the OIG’s Dallas Field Office, the U.S. Department of Labor OIG, U.S. Postal Service OIG, Veterans Affairs OIG, and the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command.