Lockheed Accused Of Retaliation In Whistleblower's Firing

By Jacob Fischler (February 24, 2016, 12:39 PM EST) -- A former engineer for a Lockheed Martin unit accused the defense giant in California federal court Tuesday of firing him in retaliation for reporting his supervisor for demanding that employees falsely report that nearly all projects were completed on time.

After 30 years working at Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. Kevin Moeller said the company engineered pretexts to fire him, but was actually motivated by his whistleblowing on his manager, Greg Langowski. On several occasions, Moeller told officials who outranked Langowski that the manager asked his employees to report to the federal government that 95 percent of engineering projects were completed...

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