That NASA Whistleblower Case You Have Not Heard About

Lockheed Martin, which already settled one whistleblower suit at Stennis Space Center for $2 million, hit with another, Louisiana Voice

"With three large cost-plus contracts for testing and maintenance support services, Lockheed Martin has a commanding presence at NASA's primary rocket propulsion facility at the Stennis Space Center just over the Louisiana state line in Mississippi. But as history has shown, the potential for abuse with such large contracts that seem to carry little apparent oversight, is overwhelming. Now two Louisiana residents, one former Lockheed employee and the other a former contract employee for Lockheed, are bringing suit in U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of Louisiana in New Orleans under the federal false claims act The two, Mark Javery of St. Tammany Parish and Brian DeJan of New Orleans, claim that they were first given no duties and then fired from their jobs after reporting cost overruns and safety and performance issues."

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