Kingsley, who headed NetCracker Government Services, alleged that NetCracker, with CSC’s knowledge, “delegated certain tasks to individuals located outside the United States who were not U.S. citizens” in at least two locations, and that “Code developed outside the United States was then . . . placed in U.S. Government computer networks.”
NetCracker’s work allegedly involved building and maintaining the Defense voice system’s Network Change and Configuration Management System.
Although not specified in the final October complaint, Kingsley’s original lawsuit alleged that code was completed by Russian workers and placed on government networks “with no testing for back doors, time bombs, or other malicious triggers” by U.S.-cleared workers.