A judge has revived a bid by Northrop Grumman Corp. for judgment as a matter of law in Pegasus Imagining Corp.'s copyright suit accusing the defendants of breaching an agreement and using Pegasus' software in a contract with the U.S. Department of Defense.
A former executive of a federally funded Cleveland hospital was sentenced to more than nine years in prison Wednesday after being convicted of bribery and other corruption charges involving construction contracts.
The U.S. Department of Defense finalized plans Wednesday to downsize the Hampton Roads, Va., Joint Forces Command — which employs nearly 4,000 workers and private contractors — by roughly half.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has denied a protest over a contract for a Washington wastewater management system, saying that the U.S. Department of the Interior was justified in choosing a higher-priced proposal from a more experienced bidder.
A federal judge has dismissed a bid protest by Hi-Tech Bed Systems Corp., which alleged that beds sold by two of its competitors to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers did not meet specifications.
A federal judge has rejected the U.S. Department of Defense's bid to dismiss KBR Inc.'s suit seeking records related to civilian security in Iraq and the company's LOGCAP III contract to provide support services to U.S. troops.
A top U.S. Department of Defense acquisition officer said Wednesday that military officials were likely to oppose any further consolidation among its primary weapons systems contractors.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has thrown out protests by Martin Electronics Inc. and Amtec Corp. over a $78.9 million contract for producing hand grenades that the Department of the Army awarded to Day & Zimmerman Inc.
A U.S. Navy engineer and the president of a technology services company have each been hit with criminal charges for their alleged roles in an ongoing $10 million kickback scheme over Navy contracts.
A U.S. Marine Corps captain who pled guilty to skimming $1.69 million from government contracts in Iraq has been sentenced to six years in federal prison.
Military supplier Manufacturer’s Rubber & Supply Inc. has accused Allstate Gasket & Packing Inc. of fraudulently peddling rubber gaskets for ships and submarines that do not meet federal standards, endangering military personnel.
Executives from top defense contractors including Lockheed Martin Corp. and The Boeing Co. are calling on Congress to deliver a defense appropriations bill for fiscal year 2011, saying short-term budget measures are putting vital security programs at risk.
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA will reportedly demand $400 million in reimbursement from Jefferson County, Ala., should the bank lose a suit filed by a company that insured municipal bonds for a bankrupt sewer system connected to a swap agreement bribery scandal.
A government witness has testified that former U.S. Army contracting officer Maj. Eddie Pressley demanded $50,000 from him in exchange for securing a roughly $10 million contract to provide water bottles to troops in Iraq and Kuwait.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has denied Herve Cody Contractor Inc.'s protest over a U.S. Army contract to replace spillways on the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, finding that the agency reasonably rejected the protester's corporate experience as unacceptable.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office has shut down Intermarkets Global's dispute over corrective action taken on the company's earlier protest of a contract to supply food to U.S. troops in Kuwait, Iraq and Jordan.
A federal judge has shot down Commissioning Solutions Global LLC's post-award bid protest over contracts to repair four U.S. Coast Guard vessels, saying the U.S. fairly evaluated the company’s past performance.
Vanguard Recovery Assistance has filed an unsealed version of its complaint alleging the Federal Emergency Management Agency favored incumbent contractors despite evidence of their inefficiency when evaluating bids for open-ended post-disaster relief contracts.
For the first time since 1997, the federal procurement budget shrank slightly in fiscal year 2010, as federal agencies followed through on White House orders to tighten belts on skyrocketing contracting budgets.
The Federal Circuit has spared the U.S. government from paying General Dynamics Corp. $27 million in damages after finding that the defense industry contractor waived its right to reject the government’s orders under a contract for modular radios.