Government Contracts & Investigations

Category: Statutes and Regulations

FAA Imposes New Security Requirement for Small Drones, Previews New Regulations for Operations Over People

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Effective February 25, 2019, all small (between 0.55 and 55 pounds) unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) are required to display the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) registration number on the external surface of the aircraft. This is according to the FAA interim final rule: External Marking Requirement for Small Unmanned Aircraft, published on February 13, 2019. FAARead More

Topics: Aviation, Statutes and Regulations

No-Poach Agreements between Government Contractors May Violate Antitrust Laws

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A group of U.S. government contractors are being accused of entering into illegal no-poaching agreements with each other. On February 7, a putative class consisting of current and former employees filed suit against Booz Allen Hamilton, CACI, and Mission Essential alleging antitrust violations. See Hunter v. Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corp., No. 2:19-CV-411 (S.D. Ohio).Read More

Topics: Statutes and Regulations, Subcontracting and Strategic Alliances

Wyoming Supreme Court Rules that Airport Operator Is Subject to Open Records Law

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Seeking to avoid an “absurd result,” the highest state court in Wyoming has ruled that the Jackson Hole Airport cannot refuse to produce airport-related documents by claiming that the airport is not subject to the state’s open records law: the Wyoming Public Records Act (WPRA). This decision is important for airports, governments that own airports,Read More

Topics: Aviation, State and Local Procurement, Statutes and Regulations