Windfalls of War Ten years after 9/11, an in-depth look at the billions of dollars spent on military contracts that are not competitively bid Stories in this series Windfalls of war: Pentagon’s no-bid contracts triple in 10 years of war By Sharon Weinberger August 29, 2011 Windfalls of war: KBR, the government’s concierge By Sharon […]
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After a decade of war, the Center for Public Integrity took an in-depth look at the billions of dollars spent on military contracts that are not competitively bid. Call it “one-stop shopping.” These contracts have tripled in size since 9/11, to $140 billion. Who loses? The taxpayer.
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