Daily Archives: November 25, 2012

Sex, Violence, David Petraues and PSC in Afghanistan

[Translate] David Isenberg Author, ‘Shadow Force: Private Security Contractors in Iraq’ Sex, Violence, David Petraues and PSC in Afghanistan Posted: 11/25/2012 10:52 am Okay, I have to confess the above title is slightly misleading; there is no sex. But the … Continue reading

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Private security companies to be self-regulated

[Translate] Private security companies to be self-regulated Ministers want security companies to regulate their own staff and the industry’s watchdog to move into the private sector Alan Travis, home affairs editor The Guardian, Tuesday 20 November 2012 11.48 EST The … Continue reading

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FCA decision a silver lining for KBR, but what about everyone else?

[Translate] Posted on November 20, 2012 by Hal J. Perloff FCA decision a silver lining for KBR, but what about everyone else? Just in time for Thanksgiving, the federal government has withdrawn its False Claim Act suit against KBR alleging … Continue reading

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Unsupported fraud allegations don’t support a determination of nonresponsibility

[Translate] Posted on November 01, 2012 by Claude P. Goddard Unsupported fraud allegations don’t support a determination of nonresponsibility Does an unproven allegation of fraud or an improper termination for default limit a contractor’s ability to seek and obtain new … Continue reading

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