A False Claims Act case dealing with alleged bill-padding in Iraq by defense contractor Kellogg Brown and Root is set to go to the Supreme Court in December or January.  The issues:  whether the Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act applies even when a formal declaration of war has not been made, and whether a second-to-file case is precluded when a first-to-file case is pending and later dismissed for non-substantive reasons.

FCA | Wartime Suspension of Limitations Act, Iraq, first to file, supreme court, Carter

DoJ voluntarily dismisses one case against Kellog Brown & Root (KBR) and immediatly joins another.

DoD Fraud | Iraq, KBR

Military fraud put soldiers at risk

DoD Fraud | DoD Fraud, Iraq, flares, safety