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Perspecta Keeps CDC’s $60 Million Cloud Computing Task Order

Perspecta Enterprise Services LLC reasonably received a $60 million task order for hybrid private and public cloud computing services from the CDC despite a protest by NTT Data Services Federal Government LLC, the GAO said in a decision released Friday.

AB International’s $178 Million Contract Award Needs Second Look

The Air Force should reconsider its award of a $178 million contract to AB International Services LLC for technical writing and other services because the agency failed to properly consider the awardee’s proposal on employee compensation, the GAO said in a decision released Thursday.

Sterling, Kaplan Beat ‘Copied and Pasted’ Education Fraud Claims

Sterling Capital Partners LP and Kaplan Inc. showed that a whistleblower’s claims accusing them of falsely certifying compliance with U.S. Department of Education student loan requirements must be dismissed under the False Claims Act’s public disclosure bar, an Illinois district court ruled.

Biden Without Rules Chief Aims to Rethink How Business Competes

Notably absent in President Joe Biden‘s sweeping mandate for a dozen agencies to write more than 70 regulations to crack down on monopolistic practices in agriculture, technology, pharmaceuticals, and other industries is a leader of his own regulations office to shepherd it all.

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Coronavirus and Force Majeure Clauses

Covid-19 has legal teams exploring whether to turn to a rarely tested section of their contracts: the force majeure, or act of god, clause.

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