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The U.S. Government Accountability Office denied a protest over a $75.3 million Defense Health Agency program management deal, saying the awardee wasn't advantaged by access to the protester's personnel information, much of which was public on LinkedIn anyway.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office denied a bid protest from the global research firm Battelle Memorial Institute on Wednesday, the company's third such protest, because it found that the company's proposal had not been disparately evaluated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The Federal Communications Commission held to its designation of Chinese telecom ZTE as a national security threat and its decision to deny federal funds to telecom companies that use its equipment, saying the company hasn't taken solid steps to reduce risks to U.S. networks.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday pardoned his former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who admitted twice to lying to FBI agents about his 2016 contacts with Russia and has been trying to rescind his plea.
A Los Angeles man and a partnership created to purchase property at a Southern California airport filed a lawsuit Tuesday against two companies that act as fixed-base operators, claiming they have monopoly control over services and operations rendered at the airport.