Hit or miss, the Pentagon’s attempt to shoot down a mock warhead over the Pacific Ocean will mark an important milestone for the missile defense program
Monthly Archives: May, 2017
The Pentagon claimed success in intercepting a mock intercontinental ballistic missile in a crucial test Tuesday of a long-troubled system that’s taken on increased urgency with North Korea’s escalating nuclear weapons program.
A Court of Federal Claims judge ruled Thursday in a long-running contract dispute that NASA had breached its recovery audit deal with Horn & Associates Inc., saying NASA had unfairly affected H&A’s ability to conduct audits and wrongly denied recovery claims.
The chairman of the House Armed Services Committee has introduced a bill authorizing more than $2 billion to shore up munitions shortfalls as well as enhance ally coordination and training in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.
A senior U.S. Air Force acquisition official on Thursday defended a decision to award a contract to L3 Technologies Inc. to pick a replacement Compass Call electronic attack platform, following a protest from The Boeing Co., saying that L3’s prior experience made it the most timely and cost-effective choice.
Logistics company Agility will pay $95 million to settle a False Claims Act suit related to alleged overcharging on $8.5 billion in Iraq War food supply contracts, it announced Friday, following the earlier resolution of related criminal and contractual disputes.
Late is Late: A Guide to Delivering Electronic Proposals on Time | The Federal Government Contracts & Procurement Blog
This is not a unique story – but there is still a lesson for Federal contractors to learn. A recent GAO decision considered an electronic proposal submitte
John O’Grady, president of AFGE Council 238, which specifically represents EPA employees, says cutting the budget by one-third will be felt by all.
Specific Representations and Half-Truths Need Not Apply: D.C. District Court Finds Knowingly Billing at “Significantly Higher than Reasonable” Costs Sufficient for Implied False Certification – Vin…
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Using a sonar-equipped underwater robot, a team of scientists has discovered the debris of a missing World War II-era B-25 bomber plane off the coast of Papua New Guinea.