Daily Archives: November 2, 2013

Afghanistan Withdrawal Means No Oversight of U.S.-Funded Projects

[Translate] Afghanistan Withdrawal Means No Oversight of U.S.-Funded Projects October 28, 2013 As involvement in Afghanistan comes to a close, the U.S. will lose much of its ability to conduct oversight of ongoing taxpayer-funded reconstruction projects. The Washington Post discovered at least … Continue reading

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Senate Not Targeting Private Firms In Early Security Clearance Reform Efforts

[Translate] Senate Not Targeting Private Firms In Early Security Clearance Reform Efforts Oct. 31, 2013 – 08:39PM By JOHN T. BENNETT  Office of Personnel Management Director Elaine Kaplan testifies Oct. 31 before the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee … Continue reading

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United States: The Fifth Circuit Weighs In On Vicarious Liability Under The Anti-Kickback Act

[Translate] United States: The Fifth Circuit Weighs In On Vicarious Liability Under The Anti-Kickback Act Last Updated: October 28 2013 Article by Kirsten Mayer, Naveen Ganesh and Isabelle Kinsolving FarrarIn a recent case of first impression, the Fifth Circuit broadly … Continue reading

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