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"At What Cost?" Blasts Contractor Oversight
New Report on Contingency Contracting In Iraq and Afghanistan
06/14/2009 04:00 AM ET
The Commission on Wartime Contracting (CWC), is an independent, bipartisan legislative commission established to study wartime contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan. They are mandated by Congress to study federal agency contracting for the reconstruction, logistical support of coalition forces, and the performance of security functions, in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Assessment of waste, fraud, abuse, and mismanagement of wartime contracts is part of their job, and it seems some folks made their work a bit too easy, according to its latest interim report, “At What Cost? Contingency Contracting In Iraq and Afghanistan”.

That top-notch, inexpensive contracting work (and oversight thereof) you’ve come to expect is documented in uncomfortable detail for all involved.

Download a PDF of the entire document here.


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