Homeland Security

Registered Traveler hit by closure of express lanes

The largest operator of Registered Traveler designated lanes at U.S. airports has unexpectedly ceased operations.

Lockheed wins FBI fingerprint contract

Lockheed Martin will continue to covert paper fingerprint and photo records into digital files for the FBI under a $47 million contract.

Unisys sets up digital photo system for Aussie police

Unisys wins a $4.75 million contract to install a digital imaging management system for the police force in New South Wales, Australia.

Deepwater gets new acquisition chief

The Coast Guard Acquisition Directorate has a new rear admiral in charge — Ronald Rábago.

DHS scrutiny of services contracts draws flak

DHS' new mandatory reviews of professional service contracts: A good idea or too tough to do?

Deepwater can't shake DOJ's watchful eye

The Justice Department has declined to intervene to date but continues to examine allegations raised in the Deepwater False Claims Act lawsuit.

TSA bill requires competition

The TSA legislation that was approved by the House on June 4 would require competition for the first time on processing fingerprint biometric data for aviation workers.

Deepwater whistle-blower 'has a conscience,' attorney says

The engineer who blew the whistle on alleged shoddy practices in the Coast Guard's Deepwater project took action because of his own conscience, his attorney said today.

SBInet continues to draw fire

The three-year-old SBInet project is proceeding with construction under sharp criticism and lukewarm assessments by government inspectors.

Napolitano backs E-Verify

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said she is a big supporter of E-Verify, the Web-based employment eligibility verification tool.

Lockheed Martin promises fight over Deepwater suit

The False Claims Act lawsuit involves a former employee's allegations that the company says it has already investigated and found without merit.

Conflicting factors will keep fed contracting growth rates low

An analysis of the Obama administration’s proposed 2010 federal budget finds four key accelerators that should provide contracting opportunities in 2010 and beyond.

Airport officials ask Congress not to disrupt TSA biometrics work

Airport executives are asking Congress not to disrupt an existing biometrics program that would be converted to full competition if new TSA legislation is passed.

False Claims Act lawsuit filed against Deepwater contractors

A whistleblower has filed a lawsuit alleging serious deficiencies in performance by the prime contractors for the $24 billion Deepwater procurement by the Coast Guard.

Forecaster tells contractors to lower expectations after Recovery Act jolt

In a year of transition, government contractors should expect flat budgets for the next few years, according to FedSources.

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