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Mandate on the Department of Defense’s Contract Award Procedures for Directed Spending Items
Andrew Sherrill (au)
The Nat. Def. Auth. Act for FY 2008 directed the auditor to compare procedures used for awarding noncompetitive defense contracts for new projects pursuant to: (1) congressionally directed spending items or congressional earmarks; and (2) the special interests of senior exec. branch officials. The auditor has concluded that it is not feasible for him to address the mandate. First, he has not found a sound approach for systematically identifying "new projects of special interest to senior exec. branch officials." And, he was unable to apply the definitions of "congressional earmarks" because of data availability and timing issues. This report summarize the approaches that were explored and the reasons they were not feasible.
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