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A federal judge in Maryland on Tuesday refused to grant a preliminary injunction that the Department of Justice requested to halt Booz Allen Hamilton’s planned acquisition of EverWatch over competition-related issues, Reuters reported. Judge Catherine Blake declined to grant the injunction and her full opinion with regard to the ruling is under se...

Pegasystems (Nasdaq: PEGA) has formed a government-focused entity to help address compliance and product requirements in the U.S. federal civilian and defense sectors. Pega Government has the Department of Justice as its initial sponsor and will develop and deliver all cleared work for agencies and support customers and their partners that are opera...

A panel of three judges from a federal appeals court in Atlanta recognized the impact of COVID-19 pandemic-related contracting delays on the federal government but said it remains uncertain whether the current administration has the authority to implement a vaccine requirement for employees of federal contractors, Federal News Network reported Monda...

Eun Young Choi, most recently senior counsel to the deputy attorney general at the Department of Justice, has been named the first director of the national cryptocurrency enforcement team at DOJ. She will lead NCET in identifying, investigating and pursuing DOJ’s cases that involve the criminal use of digital currencies and other digital assets, e...

The Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice’s antitrust division are seeking public comments as they work to update federal guidelines on mergers to better identify and prevent anticompetitive transactions. “Illegal mergers can inflict a host of harms, from higher prices and lower wages to diminished opportunity, reduced innovatio...

A federal district court judge in Florida issued Wednesday a temporary injunction against the Biden administration’s vaccination mandate for federal contractors, The Daily Wire reported Sunday. “The extent of any absenteeism attributable to COVID-19 among contractors and subcontractors is unexplained,” Judge Steven Merryday of the U.S. Distric...

Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco said companies should reach out to the Department of Justice and other law enforcement agencies to counter ransomware and other cyberthreats and prevent other enterprises from becoming future victims of ransomware attacks. “We know those victims — oftentimes your clients — face reputational risks, they face ...

Carol DiBattiste, formerly chief legal and compliance officer at Comscore, has been appointed general counsel and corporate secretary of Tysons, Virginia-based risk analytics provider QOMPLX. DiBattiste will report directly to QOMPLX CEO Jason Crabtree and her responsibilities encompass compliance, legal and people functions, the company said Thursd...

Valerie Isbell, a former Customs and Border Protection official at the Department of Homeland Security, has been named a strategic board adviser at Sev1Tech. She brings to Woodbridge, Virginia-based information technology service management company almost four decades of experience in serving at DHS and the departments of Justice and Defense, Sev1Te...