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Mar 24, 2010



I agree with POGO. Contractors would be more accountable if the public was aware of their noncompliances with the rules and regulations. I am aware of a number of DCAA audit findings involving overpayments, significant system deficiencies and unallowable costs at a particular location. The contractor continues to get award after award and if the public was aware of the issues, perhaps the contractor would think twice about slow rolling the government in corecting the issues and repaying the amounts due.

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