IG finds vast improper payments in DoD contract to move military members’ cars
Snippet: When U.S. Transportation Command transitioned a nearly $1 billion contract to move service members’ vehicles around the world to a new company a year and a half ago, seemingly everything that could have gone wrong actually went wrong. Hundreds of personally owned vehicles were temporarily lost, others were damaged, destroyed or improperly stored. Now it appears TRANSCOM also made up to $162 million in improper payments to its new vendor. Source
December 11, 2014 U.S. Transportation Command fires its incumbent vehicle shipping contractor, America Auto Logistics. Instead, it gives the award to International Auto Logistics for $38 million less.
Kaspersky Lab banned from use in Government agencies starting in 2019?
Snippet: Kaspersky Lab filed a lawsuit against DHS in December of 2017. (Lawsuit pdf)
Then a second lawsuit was filed February 12, 2018, in Washington. (Lawsuit 2 pdf)
DHS issued an official statement in response to the above lawsuits on September 13, 2017.
Jason Miller of Federal News Radio did an excellent podcast on Kaspersky and the lawsuits.
IS OUR WATER SAFE TO DRINK?
Military Bases Didn’t Report Water Systems Issues, GAO Finds Source
Pentagon’s Handling Of Munitions Source
more to come…