No Sanctions For US In Iraq Fuel Contract Spat

By Natalie Olivo (July 13, 2016, 8:15 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Court of Federal Claims denied a contractor's requested discovery costs and sanctions in a suit over a canceled Iraq fuel delivery project, finding Tuesday that a Pentagon unit based its discovery responses on the relevant information it had at the time.

Securiforce International America LLC had followed up on earlier requests for Federal Claims Judge Marian Blank Horn to compel the Defense Logistics Agency Energy to produce certain documents and to pay expenses in the contractor's suit over the terminated project. Securiforce also asked Judge Horn to sanction the government for producing inaccurate responses to separate discovery requests....

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