Air Force punishes contractors for shoddy work

The Air Force has kicked three contractors off the job after they left their work unfinished on two buildings at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, according to FCW's sister publication Washington Technology. The contractors have been unwilling to provide information on source-code data so officials can fix their work, according to a government document.

The suspended companies are Advanced C4 Solutions, Inc., a Florida-based company, which was the prime contractor, and two subcontractors, Superior Communications Solutions Inc., based on Georgia, and Iron Bow Technologies, based in Virginia.

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