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Search Results for: label/BAE Systems

BAE Gets Monitor, Keeps Whining

[…] and allowed BAE to appoint a non-U.S. compliance monitor. But as Judge Bates might say, BAE’s way of showing gratitude is odd.
Dowload a copy of the judge’s June 4, 2010 order in US v. BAE Systems plc here.
Download a copy of BAE’s June 16, 2010 notice of appeal […]

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BAE Fined $79 Million By State Dept, Not Debarred

[…] statutory debarment” on the company but “concurrently” rescinded it.
Last month in a guest post here, Nick Wagoner talked about BAE being too big to debar. “Although BAE Systems was sanctioned with a $400 million criminal fine for its foreign corrupt practices last year, in the 365 days that followed, BAE was awarded roughly $58 […]

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BAE’s Odd Behavior

[…] Indeed, BAE took the odd position that the Court could modify the period for engaging a monitor and even the term of probation imposed, but not the maximum term of the monitor. In the Court’s view, that position is untenable.

Download a copy of the June 4, 2010 order in US v. BAE Systems plc […]

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Debarment For BAE?

A report posted yesterday in Defense News said the U.S. State Department has placed a “temporary administrative hold” on weapons export licenses “by BAE Systems or companies using BAE Systems’ products.”
The story said the State Department’s action “applies to BAE Systems, Inc. as well as BAE Systems PLC while the department studies […]

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The SFO: Faux Enforcement Or First Real Step?

[…] December 2008.
The SFO’s main goal, it appeared, was to put the case behind it. On Friday it said “no further prosecutions will be brought against BAE Systems in relation to the matters that have been under investigation by the SFO.” To prove the point, it dropped the prosecution of […]

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BAE Pleads Guilty

BAE Systems plc (BAE or BAES) pleaded guilty today in U.S. federal court in the District of Columbia to one count of conspiracy.
It admitted conspiring to defraud the United States by impairing and impeding its lawful functions, to make false statements about its Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance program, and to […]

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Job: International Compliance Specialist (BAE Systems — Arlington, Va)

Job Title: International Compliance Specialist
Employer: BAE Systems Inc.
Primary Location: Arlington, Virginia USA Job Description:
BAE Systems has a job opening for an International Compliance Specialist in Arlington, VA. The International Compliance Specialist (ICS) will work with the International Compliance team attorneys to administer the Company’s due diligence procedures for the appointment of international marketing representatives, distributors […]

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International Compliance Specialist (BAE Systems — Arlington, Va)

Job Title: International Compliance Specialist
Employer: BAE Systems Inc.
Primary Location: Arlington, Virginia USA Job Description:
BAE Systems has a job opening for an International Compliance Specialist in Arlington, VA. The International Compliance Specialist (ICS) will work with the International Compliance team attorneys to administer the Company’s due diligence procedures for the appointment of international marketing representatives, distributors […]

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BAE Settles Bribery Case

British arms-maker BAE Systems plc reached a simultaneous settlement today of bribery allegations with the U.K.’s Serious Fraud Office and the U.S. Justice Department. In its release, the company said:

Under the agreement with the Department of Justice, which requires court approval, the Company will plead guilty to one charge of conspiring to […]

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