Core Justice programs get 1.2 percent boost in 2013 budget

Overall, The president’s 2013 budget request calls for $27.1 billion in discretionary funding, a decrease of 0.4 percent below the 2012 level of $27.02 billion.

Justice's antitrust chief to leave

The chief of the Justice Department's Antitrust Division will leave her post this year.

CACI gains 2 support tasks for DOJ divisions

Work supports the Executive Office for United States Attorneys and the Civil Rights Division’s Geographic Information System.

House subpoenas four agencies for small-business noncompliance

House Small Business Committee goes after Justice, Agriculture, Treasury and State for how they run their small business programs.

Accenture pays nearly $64M to settle kickback allegations

Accenture LLP has agreed to pay almost $64 million in fines to the federal government to resolve allegations brought in a whistleblower lawsuit.

DOJ names new acting director for ATF

The Justice Department has appointed a new acting director for ATF while the former director has been reassigned.

Reporting rumors

News organizations can face tough choices about reporting rumors.

Longest-serving federal CIO to retire

Vance Hitch, CIO of the Justice Department, is retiring.

DynCorp resolves false claims suit with $7.7M payment

The United States government has settled a whistle-blower lawsuit against DynCorp International LLC and The Sandi Group, according to an announcement from the Justice Department. DynCorp has agreed to pay the U.S. $7.7 million to resolve allegations, and TSG agreed to pay $1.01 million.

ManTech continues to secure networks at DOJ ops center

ManTech International Corp. will provide network security and other IT services to U.S. attorneys under a five-and-a-half-year contract with the Justice Department valued at as much as $10 million.

DOJ approval for Google's ITA purchase conditional

The U.S. Department of Justice announced April 8 that it conditionally approved Google's acquisition bid for ITA Software Inc.

Former Treasury CIO Duffy joins DRT Strategies

Michael Duffy, most recently senior advisor at the Justice Department and a former CIO at the Treasury Department, has joined DRT Strategies.

Oracle pays $46M to settle false-claims charges against Sun

Oracle Corp. has agreed to settle allegations against Sun Microsystems Inc. What did the Justice Department accuse them of doing?

ManTech award boosts IT services to NDIC

ManTech International Corp. will provide a range of program support services to the National Drug Intelligence Center under a three-year award worth $32 million.

No summer doldrums for Citizant’s fed contracts pursuit

Citizant Inc. won new government contracts that combined are worth approximately $42 million over the next five years, the company reported today.

Cisco and Westcon pay $48M to settle GSA pricing dispute

Cisco Systems and Westcon Group North America will pay the government $48 million to settle claims that they made misrepresentations to the General Services Administration in violation of the False Claims Act.

Do agencies still have year-end spending sprees?

We tried to find out what agencies are spending their year-end money on, but it might not work like that anymore.