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  • Writer's pictureJoshua Duvall

GovConJudicata Weekly Debrief (5/11–15)

This week's Weekly Debrief covers several interesting topics, including a satellite maker's bankruptcy filing, Space Command's new home, legislation to expand CISA's powers, IRS wants to automate its grants management system, GSA's tool to track spending, and DOJ's recent PPP fraud charge.


  • NextGov – Air Force Leaders Fret As Another Satellite Maker Declares Bankruptcy

  • ​"The self-congratulatory tone in Intelsat’s Wednesday press release — a restructuring “for long-term success” and “No change in our momentum, just enhanced resources to grow” — evaporated in paragraph four, which announced a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. It was the second major satellite company to declare bankruptcy amid the pandemic, a trend that worries the U.S. Air Force’s chief acquisitions executive."

  • DefenseNews – Want to be Space Command’s new home? Here’s the criteria.

  • ​"The U.S. Air Force has officially reopened the competition for cities that want to become the home for the new U.S. Space Command, with a self-nomination process that could allow dozens of localities to throw their hat in the ring."





  • – Engineer Charged in Texas with COVID-Relief Fraud

  • ​"An engineer has been charged in the Eastern District of Texas with allegedly filing bank loan applications fraudulently seeking more than $10 million dollars in forgivable loans guaranteed by the Small Business Administration (SBA) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act."

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