Claims Tribunal dismisses $ 1.36 billion claim in government aircraft support deal

By Lauren Berg (September 10, 2021, 7:16 p.m. EDT) – The Federal Claims Court has rejected an allegation by an aviation services company that DynCorp International used “improper political interference” to win an aircraft maintenance contract $ 1.36 billion US Customs and Border Protection aircraft. , claiming that the allegation lacks “any evidence that a government official did anything wrong”.

Senior Justice Loren A. Smith allowed the motions to dismiss from the federal government and DynCorp after finding that PAE Aviation and Technical Services failed to provide sufficient facts to substantiate its claim that DynCorp won the contract because it was ‘she had made political contributions to the former president. Donald Trump, according to the eight pages written …

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