Notice of Intent to Sue – Corporation of United States – Qui Tam Procurement Fraud – Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO) – Outsourcing to Serco

Field McConnell
Punahou ‘67
Global Operations Director
Abel Danger Private Intel
401 Main Street
Plum City WI 54761

July 1, 2014

Barry Soetoro, Punahou ‘79
℅ Punahou School Alumni Office
Corporation of United States
1601 Punahou Street
Honolulu HI 96882-3336

Re: Notice of Intent to Sue

Dear Barry Soetoro, Punahou ‘79

This letter is to put you on notice that I have a claim against you for breach of contract between Veterans Administration and U S Military Personnel active, reserve, retired or veteran. Under your watch VA executives have received millions in unwarranted bonuses while veterans have been denied contractually obligated care. Sebelius, Lerner, Shinseki and Farrisee may be victimized by you but as captain of the ship of state, you must go down with the ship, not just your crew. Perhaps you are unaware of your countryman Captain Pearson and Yank Captain John Paul Jones but you will be given until early September to become aware.

If you do not resolve my claim within thirty three (33) days from the date of this notice, I intend to bring suit against Barry Soetoro and the Corporation that he works for for the sum total of the increase in U S Dept incurred from 20 January, 2009 to the date of your removal from office. Current estimates of damages is $[redacted]T.

To resolve the claim I am willing to settle for the following: $150 Billion and your removal from office. This offer is good until September 9, 2014 when the reunion of the USS America begins in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Unless resolved in accordance with the terms of this letter, you will be served with my Court Complaint.

Your prompt attention is appreciated.


Field McConnell
Global Operations Director
Abel Danger Private Intel
401 Main Street
Plum City WI 54761

USDoJ Asset Forfeiture Fund ( Marcy-Holder)
Serco Corporation, Reston VA
[ redacted ]

Evidence indicates President Barack Obama aka Barry Soetoro has authorized the outsourcing of the Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO), to a corrupt British organization namely Serco and its Case Management System in a qui tam procurement fraud on the government of the United States. Citizens share of the qui tam fines levied is the appropriate course of action.

Qui tam action


In a qui tam action, a private party called a relator brings an action on the government’s behalf. The government, not the relator, is considered the real plaintiff. If the government succeeds, the relator receives a share of the award. Also called a popular action.

For example, the federal False Claims Act authorizes qui tam actions against parties who have defrauded the federal government. 31 U.S.C. § 3279 et seq. If successful, a relator in a False Claims Act qui tam action may receive up to 30% of the government’s award.

TO: Interim VA Chief of Staff
SUBJECT: Administrative Investigation, Conduct Prejudicial to the Government,Veteran Employment Services Office (VESO), Office of Human,  Resources and Administration (HR&A), Washington, DC (2013-00235­IQ-0004)

To Report Suspected Wrongdoing in VA Programs and Operations:
Telephone: 1-800-488-8244
(Hotline Information:


We substantiated that Ms. Mary Santiago, former (retired) Director of VESO, failed to represent VA’s Core Values of Integrity, Commitment, Advocacy, Respect, and Excellence (ICARE). We found that Ms. Santiago and Ms. Katherine Nix, a Serco Services, Inc. (Serco) contractor employee, knowingly misrepresented the results of the VA for Vets Veterans Hiring Fair (hiring fair) held in Detroit, MI, June 26–28, 2012, and intentionally reported fictitious results to VA Senior Leadership. Reports produced by Serco, under Ms. Nix’s supervision, and approved by Ms. Santiago, reflected that 1,321 tentative selections (defined by Ms. Santiago and Ms. Nix as candidates selected to fill positions) were made during the hiring fair; however, we found that at least 574 or about 43 percent of those reported tentative selections never occurred. Evidence also reflected a high probability that the total number of falsely reported selections exceeded 574. We also found that Ms. Santiago did not properly manage her workforce, frequently used obscene and demeaning language, engaged in verbally abusive behavior toward VESO staff and VA contractor employees, and she engaged in the appearance of a conflict of interest by maintaining a less-than-arm’s-length relationship with Ms. Nix. Further, we found that Ms. Nix displayed a lack of candor while testifying under oath. Ms. Santiago announced her retirement shortly after being told of our investigation and declined to be interviewed.

We also substantiated that VESO, through an Office of Personnel Management (OPM) interagency agreement (IA), paid Serco, as the servicing contractor, $509,884 for an Event Management System (EMS), a component of Serco’s Case Management System (CMS), to accurately collect and report data both during and after the hiring fair.

However, we found that the system was not designed to capture accurate data to support VA’s needs nor could any of the tainted data contained within it be reconstructed to verify the reported facts and figures. We found that VESO accepted and paid Serco for EMS without inspecting or testing it to ensure that it complied with VA’s software requirements or that it fulfilled VA’s needs during or after the hiring fair. For additional information on Serco’s contract with VESO, see, OIG’s Office of Audits and Evaluations report, Review of Acquisitions Supporting the Veteran Employment Services Office (2013-00644-R1-0036).”

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  • Hello Field,I have been following you for some time and I am impressed with intel that you and David have come up with.On the recent intent to Sue,I cant imagine, how anything against a corrupt government could possibly be successful in the corrupt federal Legal System that we have.The Grand Juries are hand picked and rarely given full information,there is a reason for the 98+% conviction ratio.I left the USA after being a banker both Corporate and Private for over 25+ years.They broke me twice,one in the failed bank that Neil Bush brought down in the late 80s and my own private Mortgage Company I had to shut down in 2007, because I dealt with Builders.I am 66 and there is nothing I can do for a job but work for myself,I have been awakened for 4+ years and am fighting the fight, but very tired and broke at this point and want to see truth and justice prevail in this world for my children and grandchildren but sometimes it seems hopeless.I come from a military intelligence family who took a lot of secrets to their grave because of the effective brainwashing and or threats.What can the general public to to stop the madness?,ThankYou for what you do.,,John