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The U.S. Department of Justice has several potential systemic issues with how it manages billions of dollars in contracts, such as repeated failures to follow contracting law and regulations, a DOJ watchdog said in a report released Tuesday.
More than 900 U.S. Air Force recruitment offices may use the cheapest internet provider that meets the military's minimum requirements, the U.S. Government Accountability Office ruled, dismissing protests from Verizon over how the US. Department of Defense plans to evaluate proposals.
Several insurance coverage decisions from the first half of the year, in addition to those discussed in a recent Law360 article, hold important lessons regarding courts' current stance toward commonly litigated insurance principles, arguments and strategies, say attorneys at Anderson Kill.
The Boeing Co. signed a $22.9 billion contract to build F-15 fighter jets for the U.S. Air Force — the first new U.S. order for the jets since 2001, according to a Monday announcement.
China sanctioned Lockheed Martin on Tuesday over a $620 million missile sale to Taiwan, a day after sanctioning Sens. Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz in retaliation against the Trump administration's decision to cut Chinese officials' access to the U.S. over alleged human rights abuses.