Ex-Booz Hamilton partner sues for sex discrimination

The suit asks that the court have Booz Allen reinstate her as a partner and award her back pay, benefits and damages for emotional distress.

Terrorist plot to kill Lockheed CEO revealed

Al-Quaida group targed Robert Stevens for company's role in building drones.

E-mail snafu no reason to disqualify company's bid

The Federal Claims Court ruled that a company's bid proposal was not late because it "was both reached and received by the government's e-mail servers before the due date."

Supreme Court case sheds light on security clearance challenges

The Supreme Court case involving security checks on federal contractors at a NASA facility brought up details on how many contractors have been denied a federal credential as a result of answers they gave during background checks.

Judge upholds HUBZone priority

A claims court judge has upheld HUBZone priority in statute, saying the law couldn't be clearer.

Supreme Court campaign contribution rule could unleash ethics conundrum

When the Supreme Court declared limits on campaign contributions illegal, it means that contractors also are free to support candidates of their choice, which raises a variety of ethics issues.

Deepwater whistleblower gets his day in court

A U.S. District Court judge refuses to dismiss the False Claims Act lawsuit against the Deepwater contractors and sets trial for next year.

i4i rebuts ‘each and every’ Microsoft Word defense

Plaintiff i4i files a responding brief in the Microsoft Word dispute, rebutting Microsoft’s defenses.

Federal future cloudy for Microsoft Word

Agencies are wondering how a court's ruling banning Microsoft from selling Word will affect their procurement plans.

Microsoft ordered to stop selling Word

Court rules that Microsoft stop selling flagship Word as a result of a patent dispute with Canadian company i4i.

SAIC faces challenge in False Claims defense

SAIC claims the lawsuit is false, but one expert says that the company is playing a game of chicken with the Justice Department.

Group says SAIC investigated before

SAIC, which is facing a current False Claims Act lawsuit, received no sanctions following a five-year investigation of apparently similar claims that ended in 2007, according to a watchdog group.

SAIC vows to fight False Claims lawsuit

Science Applications International Corp. plans to strongly defend itself against a whistle-blower lawsuit involving a General Services Administration contract to support naval facility in Mississippi.

EMentum helps Justice simplify case load management

EMentum will provide technical and project management support to the Justice Department under a three-year, $7.5 million contract.

CACI criticizes court ruling on Abu Ghraib torture case

CACI International criticizes a court ruling rejecting the contractor’s request to dismiss charges alleging that CACI employees abused prisoners during interrogation sessions at Iraq’s Abu Ghraib prison.