The Iron Triangle

Tracking Power, Money and Influence in U.S. National Security

Policy meets reality at DCAA

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A new memo by the Defense Contract Audit Agency — the Pentagon’s front-line defense from contractor rip-offs — addresses what some insiders have cited as a key impediment at the agency: Management often demands a high standard of proof of fraud — seemingly in violation of policy — before sending referrals onto DCAA headquarters for further inquiry. Read my blog entry at the Center for Public Integrity for more…

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Written by schwellenbach

February 10, 2009 at 10:38 pm

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