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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…

British Columbia Airplane Crash

Two people were killed when a charter twin-engine turbo-prop aircraft crashed in British Columbia in December 2005. A report released by the Transportation Safety Board of Canada concluded that a device that mixes fuel and air was prone to cracking and was partly responsible for the engine failure that caused the crash. The airline, Nav Air Charter Inc., sued the manufacturer of the aircraft, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and the manufacturer of the engine, Honeywell International, for their role in the crash. The lawsuit blames Honeywell for negligently failing to use reasonable care in the design, manufacture, distribution and after-market support of the allegedly defective device, called a combustion plenum.

Misconduct Type
Consumer Affairs
Enforcement Agency
Non-Governmental
Contracting Party
None
Court Type
Civil
Disposition
Pending
Date of Report
12/20/2005
Contractors Involved Penalty
Total
Honeywell International Inc. $0
Further Information Released
TSB Report 2/27/2008

Federal Contractor Misconduct Database