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Apr 21, 2011

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Andrea Shertick

If the average American read Office of the Inspector General Reports and GAO Reports, they would see the same contractor's names over and over again... even millions of dollars in fines doesn't deter these contractors from being awarded future contracts over and over and over. Cases on point: MTC Corporation, Adams and Associates, and many others... What is going on!

CPD

An oversight in this paper is that the charges cited were against BAE Systems, plc and not BAE Systems, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary that operates independently through a Special Security Agreement.

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