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United Technologies Corp. will receive up to almost $2.5 billion to provide parts for the U.S. Air Force under a contract modification, while PoleZero Corp. nabbed a nearly $66.7 million award for military aircraft equipment and services, according to a pair of announcements.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on Friday issued a rule overhauling its veteran-owned small business verification program, putting sole responsibility for verifying veteran ownership and control in the hands of the Small Business Administration.
A New Mexico federal judge has denied Sandia Corp.'s motion to stay discovery in a proposed class action from female employees accusing the nuclear weapons research lab operator of systemic bias, finding that allowing discovery to continue would let the case wrap up sooner.
A New Mexico federal judge on Friday dismissed a U.S. Army hospital patient's suit against the federal government over allegedly negligent treatment of a blood clot after the parties voluntarily agreed to drop the claims.
The U.S. Air Force’s recent estimate that a proposal to establish a U.S. Space Force will cost $13 billion is likely too high and an example of “malicious compliance,” a prominent defense analyst said.