Internet Co. Asks to Weigh In On Army Contract Row

Law360, New York (January 25, 2011, 5:21 PM EST) -- A judge allowed the winner of a $50 million Internet service contract for domestic U.S. military bases on Tuesday to intervene in a case claiming the contract was tainted by an army division that both helped solicit the contract and became a major subcontractor.

The Army’s Family Morale Welfare and Recreation Command was unfairly allowed to help outline requirements for the Internet service contract and to evaluate bid proposals before it took on 85 percent of the work as a subcontractor for bid winner Resolute Partners...
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