US regulators approve $100m for vets’ software company
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The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a $100 million settlement to help vets get better software.KPMG, a software company in Seattle, is expected to receive a $50 million settlement, according to a news release from the FTC.
It is expected that KPMG will pay $30 million toward a program aimed at helping vets use their software to help with their care.
The company has also agreed to provide a $30,000 incentive to help vet-owned software companies increase adoption of its software.
The company said it is working with the FTC to share the $100M award.
The settlement was announced Friday.
The US Federal Trade Commission has approved a $100 million settlement to help vets get better software.KPMG, a software company…
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