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How Contractor Fraud Is Reported Shouldn’t Affect How It Gets Investigated

There are two main ways that a whistleblower can sound the alarm. Their outcomes can be very different.

Pentagon Backs Off Controversial Changes to Contractor Pay Schedule

Lawmakers and industry officials had questioned a plan to pay companies less money up front.

An Italian-Designed, American-Built Helicopter Will Replace U.S. Air Force Hueys

The selection of the Boeing-Leonardo MH-139 ends a years-long quest to replace the 1970s-era UH-1Ns.

File photo of Todd Harrison, director of Defense Budget Analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank in Washington.

USAF’s Space Force Cost-Estimate Is Likely Too High: Analyst

Todd Harrison says $13 billion is a high-ball figure meant to shift the debate.

Multi-Agency Investigation Delivers $1M in Restitution for Wire Fraud Scheme

Tech industry exec and three companies plead guilty to defrauding three agencies to win small-business science grants.

Air Force One refuels at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, on President Donald Trump's return to Washington D.C. from the North Korea summit, June 12, 2018.

Pentagon Spending $34M to Make Presidential Jets More Posh

The Air Force is upgrading the interiors of two smaller VIP aircraft to resemble the presidential cabin of Trump’s main Air Force One jets.

Federal Acquisition Workers Rate Themselves Highly on Most Skills

Survey shows pricing for combat-area contracts as one area of difficulty.

Shutdown Advice for Contractors: If a Stop-Work Order Comes, Stop Work

Professional Services Council prepares members for possible lapse in appropriations, while optimistic government will stay open.

A concept image of a Lockheed Martin Skunk Works hypersonic design.

Lockheed Will Design Both of the U.S. Air Force’s Hypersonic Missiles

The latest contract could give the company lasting advantage over its competitors for some of the Pentagon’s top-priority weapons.

Defense Agencies Continue Awarding Contracts to Suspended Firms, Report Finds

A 1981 law allows federal officials to override the firms’ suspensions for such misconduct as fraud, bribery and theft.