Scott Bils, the Everest Group partner leading the NGIT
practice, is quoted saying, "We see clients who might have done a small-scale cloud pilot project on an individual workload.
Ten days later the plaintiffs contacted NGIT to voice their concerns about Smith; again on February 13, 2002 they also asked for a transfer to a different employer.
Smith in turn called NGIT and denied that plaintiffs ever worked for him.
Plaintiffs then sued NGIT for negligent misrepresentation, defamation, negligence, and breach of contract.
NGIT responds that the doctrine of official immunity protected this transmittal.
In this case, NGIT as a private contractor, was administering a program under the U.