The language of the motion that applies to "any organization that has been indicted for a violation of any federal or state law" when it comes to lobbying or campaign finances. It also excludes "any organization that has filed a fraudulent form with any federal or state regulatory agency."
Frankly I think the language needs to indicate that any organization that has been indicted or has filed fraudulent forms with regulatory agencies will need to be carefully vetted and decisions made about Federal funds in a thorough and transparent manner. After all, you can get indicted based just on allegations. You can also get charges dropped because of political connections. An indictment isn't proof of guilt, and dropped charges aren't proof of innocence. Also, a vendor might be the only available vendor for something vital to national security, and also be so humongous that the guilt of a manager in Seattle ought not to reflect on the character of a manager in Pensacola.
But it sure would be sweet to see PP go down in screaming flames at last.