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Virginia Information Technologies Agency Declares Northrop Grumman In Breach of the State’s IT Services Contract

The Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission (JLARC) has released a memorandum detailing their findings in their oversight role of the state’s IT services disentanglement and transition away from the Northrop Grumman contract. The Virginia Information Technologies Agency (VITA) in August 2016 declared that Northrop Grumman was in breach of contract. JLARC has recommended that VITA work with the Office of the Attorney General to resolve several disputes and protect the rights of Virginia.

In July 2016, Northrop Grumman increased IT services to the state that are expected to end in December 2016 potentially costing the state $5.5 million. VITA also believes the state has been charged $4.2 million more than what was owed for other licenses and fixed costs. Various other disputes and disagreements are detailed in the JLARC VITA memorandum.

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