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Tuesday, October 23, 2007


Back in the day, we were supposed to be relieved that the adults were going to be in charge again in Washington.

Good thing, that.
The State Department does not know specifically what it received for a billion-dollar contract with security firm DynCorp International to provide training services for Iraqi police, a U.S. watchdog agency said on Tuesday.

The Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) said it was forced to suspend its audit of the DynCorp contract after administration officials told investigators they had no confidence in their own accounting records.

"As a result, INL does not know specifically what it received for most of the $1.2 billion in expenditures under its DynCorp contract for the Iraqi Police Training Program. INL's prior lack of controls created an environment vulnerable to waste and fraud," SIGIR said in an interim review.

I don't know about you, but i can think of a few things to be spending 1.2 billion on right about now.



  • "Back in the day..."

    Which day was that?

    By Blogger Brian, at 7:22 PM  

  • Boy, I could grow my business a lot faster if I had clients who'd give me a billion dollars and not care what I gave them in return. Maybe they need to hire some small business owners and non-profit development managers to oversee the purchases--they'd watch every dollar like a hawk.

    By Anonymous mrs dependable, at 8:14 AM  

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