KBR Wins $11.8M From US In Iraq Contract Fight

Law360, New York (April 30, 2012, 1:39 PM EDT) -- A U.S. Court of Federal Claims judge on Monday awarded $11.8 million to KBR Inc. in its suit against the federal government seeking withheld payments for dining facility services provided at the U.S. military's Camp Anaconda in Iraq.

KBR had sought $41 million from the government, which alleged in counterclaims that the contractor couldn't collect because of kickbacks from a subcontractor, which was awarded lucrative dining facility contracts at the camp.

As part of the judgment, U.S. District Judge Christine O.C. Miller awarded the government $38,000...
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