Former Philadelphia CIO loses lawsuit against city government
Charles Brennan, who was fired in January 2018, argued that his dismissal was retaliation objecting to a diversity hiring initiative. A federal judge disagreed.
Virginia to pay Northrop Grumman $35.8 million to end IT contract
The state settled a lawsuit with the defense contractor to end a 13-year contract as it inaugurates a new multi-vendor IT model.
San Francisco accuses former IT employees of nepotism in awarding cybersecurity contract
A lawsuit from the city attorney alleges that former officials steered a $1.2 million contract to a firm where one of their husbands worked as a sales director.
Judge denies Philadelphia officials' motion to dismiss lawsuit from fired CIO
A suit from Charles Brennan, who was fired in January, can proceed against all defendants, including Mayor Jim Kenney.
Philadelphia officials move to dismiss lawsuit from fired CIO
Charles Brennan, who was fired in January, claims he was dismissed for criticizing Mayor Jim Kenney's diversity hiring practices.
Fired Philadelphia CIO sues city over 'unlawful racial practices' at City Hall
Charles Brennan, who was fired in January, says Mayor Jim Kenney's staff told him his IT workforce was "too white" and had "too many Asians."