Given that the product purchased by the competitor did not meet the specifications contained in some of SK Foods` existing contracts to conceal the inferior quality of the product, and as part of a fraud program against Kraft, Rahal and another SK Foods boss asked some SK Foods employees to falsify the internal and personalized documentation, so the product was incorrectly reflected as containing 31% NTSS tomato paste. The same documentation has also been modified to reflect a significantly lower mold content than the actual product contained. The processed tomato product and related modified documentation were eventually shipped by interstate transportation from SK Foods` facilities in the Eastern District of California to Kraft`s facilities in other states in the spring of 2007. Such a broadcast took place on or about 12. Between January 2004 and April 2008, Rahal, knowing and in some cases on the instructions of certain executives of SK Foods, paid bribes in this manner to certain buyers, including Kraft, B&G and Frito-Lay, in violation of applicable state bribery laws and US$18.C. §§ 1341, 1343 and 1346. Each agreement and its provisions are specific to the scope of cooperation; this may include the exchange of information, mutual survey projects, access to databases, mutual representation or means of technical assistance. D. Cooperation Agreement: The Respondent agrees to cooperate fully with the Government and any other federal, state or local law enforcement agency in accordance with government instructions. . .