The City of Philadelphia has announced a no-fault settlement agreement with Aramark Correctional Services and Strother Enterprises, Inc., to resolve allegations that the companies circumvented the city’s minority-business requirements and anti-discrimination policies by submitting inaccurate invoices relating to food services contracts with Philadelphia’s prison system, reports the Pennsylvania Record. According to the settlement, the two companies will pay the city $400,000 ...

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