AECOM Rips 'Confused' Whistleblower On $1.9B Army Deal

By Andrew Karpan (May 12, 2020, 7:45 PM EDT) -- Military contractor AECOM repeatedly called a former supervisor-turned-whistleblower "confused" in his efforts to revive claims that a $1.9 billion agreement to provide the U.S. Army with transportation services was violated, after a New York federal judge already let the contractor off the hook.

U.S. District Court Judge Louis L. Stanton had ruled last month that the alleged violations can't have been significant since the Army had continued to work with AECOM despite knowing about the breaches, but Hassan Foreman, a former finance analyst at the company, urged the judge to reconsider the decision, saying that AECOM's work may have been too...

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