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Federal Contractor Misconduct Database (FCMD)

The federal government routinely awards contracts to companies with histories of misconduct, including contract fraud and other violations. POGO believes that providing this website will help to improve contracting decisions and increase public knowledge of how the government spends billions of taxpayer dollars each year. Read more…

Delays in Providing Explosion Prevention Guidance

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed $13.6 million in civil penalties against Boeing for failing to meet a deadline to submit service instructions enabling airlines to further reduce the risk of fuel tank explosions on 383 Boeing jetliners. Boeing was given a December 27, 2010 deadline to submit instructions on how to add explosion prevention devices in its U.S.-registered 747 jumbo jets and 757 single-aisle planes. According to the FAA, Boeing missed the deadline for submitting instructions for the 747s by 301 days and was 406 days late in submitting instructions for the 757s. In December 2015, Boeing settled this and other pending and potential FAA enforcement cases for $12 million (see Boeing instance, “Settlement of Pending and Potential Enforcement Cases”).

Misconduct Type
Other
Enforcement Agency
Transportation
Contracting Party
None
Court Type
Administrative
Disposition
Settlement
Date of Penalty Announcement
7/13/2012
Contractors Involved Penalty
Total
Boeing Company $0
Further Information Released
FAA Press Release 7/13/2012

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Federal Contractor Misconduct Database