DoJ

  • DOJ Phishing Scam

    Earlier this week we told you about a phishing scam targeting certain TSP members. Some Department of Justice employees received emails saying that if they’ve lost more than 30-percent in their TSP, they should click…

  • Tracking Titles, Thwarting Theft

    Putting a stop to title-washing – That’s where salvaged wrecks are rebuilt, given new title information and sold to unknowing buyers. The Justice Department is working on a nationwide electronic vehicle information database to prevent…

  • Justice joins False Claims Act suit against EMC

    Complaint filed accusing EMC Corp. of failing to disclose its commercial pricing practices during negotiation of its GSA contracts and of providing improper payments

  • Cold Case Initiative

    The FBI is undertaking a huge project trying to solve some cold cases – more than 100 unsolved murder cases from the Civil Rights era. Supervisory Special Agent Cynthia Deitle gives us the details about…

  • Stevens Vindication

    The Justice Department has asked a judge to throw out the corruption conviction of former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens. This comes after fresh evidence of prosecutorial misconduct surfaced in the case. Debra Roth, partner at…

  • Justice Investigates Justice

    The Justice Department lawyers who prosecuted former Senator Ted Stevens are now in the hot seat after a federal judge appointed a special prosecutor to investigate their actions during the Stevens case. Bill Bransford, partner…

  • The Stevens Standard Brings Accountability to Federal Prosecutors

    Long-overdue, corrective action for prosecutorial misconduct is finally happening. Federal judges are getting tough with the Justice Department’s sloppy and, oftentimes, vindictive prosecutions. Judge Emmet Sullivan, who presided over the government’s botched persecution of former…

  • Cyber review heads to final deliberations

    CIO Council offers advice on improving agency input on IT security

  • Justice: Funding for Openings and Closings

    Appearing before the Senate Appropriations Commerce, Science and Justice subcommittee hearing on the FY2010 budget proposal for the Justice Department, Attorney General Eric Holder faced repeated questions from lawmakers about his plans for closing Guantanamo.…

  • Fighting fraud before it happens

    By Jane Norris FederalNewsRadio With $787 billion stimulus dollars are flowing out from the Government to stimulate the economy the Obama administration is aware that fraud and abuse can happen with that amount of cash…