The Boeing Co. moved Monday to dismiss a former auditing employee's Missouri suit claiming Boeing and subcontractor Brek Manufacturing Co. cheated the federal government out of millions while supplying the U.S. Air Force with heavy lift aircraft on procedural grounds.
The Seventh Circuit on Monday affirmed a lower court ruling that former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld can be sued personally for damages by two American military contractors claiming they were detained and tortured in Iraq.
Boeing Co. and Siemens Corp. announced Monday they had entered into an agreement to provide efficient and secure energy to the U.S. Department of Defense, which spent $4 billion on energy costs during fiscal year 2010.
A Virginia federal jury found Thursday that Belgian transport company Gosselin Worldwide Moving NV and one of its executives had schemed to overcharge the U.S. Department of Defense by fixing rates for transportation contracts, but another legal battle looms over how it will be penalized.
A Virginia federal jury on Friday ruled in favor of the Xe Services LLC subsidiary formerly known as Blackwater Lodge and Training Center Inc. in a suit brought by former employees alleging the contractor had overbilled the U.S. for security services in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A Kuwaiti construction company sued KBR Inc. in Virginia federal court Friday, accusing the ex-Halliburton Co. subsidiary of breaking an agreement to prosecute a $29 million claim on its behalf over a terminated military subcontract.
A New York federal judge on Wednesday granted summary judgment to the U.S. Air Force in a Freedom of Information Act suit from an environmental group seeking information about fuel contracts relating to a coal liquefaction energy project.
A vendor sued the city of Chicago on Thursday in an effort to block a rival's successful bid for an O'Hare Airport concessions contract, saying its proposal would result in additional revenue of $120 million for the city.
Prosecutors in the Rhode Island federal trial of the senior vice president of defunct engineering and technology services company Advanced Solutions for Tomorrow announced Thursday that he would plead guilty in connection with a 15-year, $10 million kickback and bribery scheme involving naval contracts.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Thursday that Congress had reached a bipartisan compromise over funding for the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing 74,000 transportation and construction workers to return to work while lawmakers hash out differences over policy issues.
A former U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employee pled not guilty Thursday in New Jersey federal court to charges that he and four others scammed the government out of more than $50 million in a bribery and kickbacks scheme involving construction contracts in Iraq.
A Washington federal judge ruled Tuesday that former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld could be personally liable for damages in an American military contractor's suit claiming he was detained and tortured for nine months in Iraq.
A Virginia federal judge on Friday threw out a suit challenging the U.S. Department of Defense's acquisition of oil made from Canadian oil sands, ruling that two environmental groups had no standing to sue.
A massive five-year hacking operation compromised the data of dozens of government agencies, defense contractors and other organizations across the globe, a McAfee Inc. expert said in a white paper Tuesday.
NASA adopted a final rule Tuesday incorporating new requirements intended to strengthen the link between contractor bonus payments and contract performance.
A federal judge in Washington on Wednesday rejected Iraq war contractor Kellogg Brown & Root Services Inc.’s bid to throw out a suit brought by the U.S. seeking to recover more than $100 million in allegedly false claims.
Prosecutors told an Illinois federal judge on Wednesday that a businessman who tried to illegally ship missile components to Iran should spend between 46 and 57 months behind bars, calling the crime "troubling."
The U.S. government inconsistently enforced ballistic testing standards for body armor inserts that were procured through seven U.S. Army contracts worth $2.5 billion, according to a defense audit released Monday.
A federal judge on Monday blocked the U.S. Department of Defense from awarding an information technology contract at the core of a dispute between Jacobs Technology Inc. and IBM Global Business Services until it completed an analysis of organizational conflicts of interest.
The Ninth Circuit ruled Tuesday that Boeing Co. and other government contractors were not liable for a 2007 helicopter crash in Afghanistan that killed eight U.S. soldiers and injured 14, affirming a lower court's dismissal of a product liability case brought by the soldiers' families.