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Staffing shortfalls are imperiling the U.S. Army’s ability to develop requirements for major defense acquisition projects, an area of focus in the agency’s efforts to reduce waste in the procurement process, according to a Government Accountability Office report made public Thursday.
Canadian mining company Crystallex on Thursday slammed Venezuela’s bid to pause enforcement of Crystallex’s $1.4 billion arbitral award without having to post a bond, arguing that the country hasn’t shown it will pay the judgment if its appeal is unsuccessful.
Illinois’ attorney general is the only appropriate representative for the state’s Department of Central Management Services in a workers' compensation case, despite CMS’ argument that it should have special counsel in the case, an Illinois appeals court ruled on Thursday.
American Renal Associates LLC asked a Florida federal court Thursday to order UnitedHealthcare Inc. to immediately produce documents requested months ago in a suit accusing ARA of improperly profiting by pushing Medicare- and Medicaid-eligible patients to commercial health plans.
An engineer who pled guilty in December to economic espionage and attempted export of defense articles to China without a license for taking copies of military aircraft designs to China was sentenced on Thursday in Connecticut federal court to time served, after spending 30 months behind bars.