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Mar 25, 2011

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Mike

Yes - DCMA was well aware of the financial and accounting issues before contract award. So much for DCMA's financial capability team that is suppose to assess the financial position of any company before receiving a government contract. Guess they failed in this case and yes, they ignored DCAA, but what else is new. Expect more of the same and only to get worse now that DCAA no longer performs financial capability audits. Note to Director Fitzgerald. AEY is a classic example of why DCAA needed to retain responsibility for financial capability audits.

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Another example of someone confusing "past performance" with "experience" and "responsibility".

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