Firm announces $232M contract with Indiana, just two days after settling huge Medicaid fraud case in Texas

wo days after paying Texas $236 million to settle Medicaid fraud charges, New Jersey-based Conduent Inc. announced it has won a $232 million, four-year contract with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration.

The pact extends a contract that began in 2009 under which the company helps needy Hoosiers apply for state benefits, including Medicaid, food assistance and temporary financial assistance for pregnant women and families.

“We’ve built a trusted partnership with the state over the last 10 years by sharing a commitment to serve Indiana,” Marcus Collier, group chief executive of Conduent’s government division, said in a press release.

Indianapolis Business Journal

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