(The Hill) A Virginia-based company with ties to President Trumps brother has reportedly been awarded a $33 million government contract according to The Washington Post. The firm CertiPath received the multimillion-dollar contract with the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) earlier this year the Post reported. CertiPath is partially owned by a company tied to the presidents brother Robert Trump according to the newspaper. The Post reported Saturday that a rival bidder anonymously filed a complaint to the U.S. Department of Justices Office of the Inspector General following the award accusing CertiPath of failing to disclose that one of the Presidents closest living relatives stood to benefit financially from the transaction. The circumstances of this contract award and what appear to be CertiPaths efforts to obscure Mr. Robert Trumps financial interest in the company even as it trades on the Trump name present the appearance of preferential treatment for those who are close to the President" the complaint reportedly said. Jeff Nigriny the president and founder of CertiPath told the Post in a statement that Robert Trump is one investor in an entity which holds a minority interest in Certipath."