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New law orders FEMA to review contract award

WASHINGTON -- A new law requires the Federal Emergency Management Agency to investigate how it came to award Hurricane Maria relief contracts to a company with an unproven record. The Associated Press ... read more

New law requires audit of failed FEMA hurricane contracts

WASHINGTON (AP) — A new law requires the Federal Emergency Management Agency to investigate how it came to award ... The review must look at the contracting and evaluation process, accountability requ... read more

FEMA didn't award contracts on merit, report says

The Federal Emergency Management Agency may have violated federal law by trying to distribute contract dollars equally among three firms, rather than selecting the most qualified candidate, according ... read more

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Emergency contracts awarded for janitorial work

But state law requires ... the new threshold of $100,000, the state classifies that as a "small purchase," which exempts the bid from mandatory competition. Later, CMS filed an "emergency procurement" ... read more


New Orleans Was Falling Apart Before Katrina But FEMA Paid $2 Billion To Fix It Anyway

FEMA awarded the funds to New ... significantly damaged the City of New Orleans infrastructure, and the scope of work to repair this damage was eligible under FEMA’s Public Assistance program. “FEMA’s ... read more

Is Nebraska open for business? Companies say state's bidding process flawed

Labor Department officials began identifying the requirements for a new ... contract awards to be reviewed either by an administrative law judge or a judge appointed by the governor.” Nebraska has alr... read more

Speak Freely America: New Federal Law Outlaws Gag Clauses That Punish You For Negative Reviews

A new federal law will be born today ... but no one sues to suppress a false positive review,” Levy, who has been involved in a number of high-profile gag order cases, tells Consumerist. “So if you ha... read more

Judge orders law firm to pay $3.1M to condo association for negligence enabling contractor fraud

The law firm, Kummer Kaempfer Bonner Renshaw and Ferrario, is now known as Kaempfer Crowell, the Las Vegas Review-Journal ... Owners Association. The new HOA members took control of the board and awar... read more

Companies, individuals make $1.7 billion from Nevada no-bid contracts

In a competitive procurement process, multiple companies submit price estimates as part of individualized contracts containing stipulations designed to set their bid apart. By Nevada law, agencies awa... read more

Is The MTA's 'State Of Emergency' Being Used To Push Through Non-Emergency Projects?

But it wasn't until Wednesday that some MTA board members questioned how a $15 million study could be considered part of an emergency order. Several members questioned the no-bid contract ... system l... read more

FEMA Official Criticizes Trailer Plan for Evacuees

The federal government's second-ranking disaster official in Louisiana ... A federal court in New Orleans is set to hear a request today to order a temporary halt to FEMA's plans to stop paying for 41 ... read more



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