1. April 15, 2024

    Security Co. Faces Trial Over Poorly Trained Guards In Kabul

    Allegations that an international security company defrauded the U.S. government by skimping mandatory refresher training for guards protecting diplomatic sites in Afghanistan will be heard at trial after a Georgia federal judge refused to throw out a former supervisor's whistleblower suit.

  2. July 11, 2022

    Security Contractors Can't Ditch FCA Suit In Ga.

    A Georgia federal court refused to toss a False Claims Act lawsuit against two companies that provide private security staff for U.S. diplomatic facilities in Afghanistan, disagreeing that the specific allegations of falsified records were already circulating publicly for some time.

  3. December 15, 2021

    Security Contractor Says Whistleblower Claims Already Public

    Two companies contracted to provide private security staff for diplomatic facilities in Afghanistan urged a Georgia federal judge to toss a whistleblower's claims that its guards didn't meet training requirements, saying the suit simply dresses up years of publicly available allegations.

  4. September 03, 2021

    Private Security Boss Says US Paid Unfit Guards In Kabul

    The federal government paid millions of dollars more than it should have for untrained and unfit private security staff to protect the U.S. Embassy and other diplomatic sites in Kabul, Afghanistan, a training supervisor said in a whistleblower complaint just unsealed by a Georgia federal judge.