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Contingency Contracting: DoD, State, and USAID Continue to Face Challenges in Tracking Contractor Personnel and Contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan
John Hutton (au)
The Departments of Defense (DoD) and State and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) have relied extensively on contractors to provide a range of services in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the agencies have faced challenges in obtaining sufficient information to plan and manage their use of contractors. This report analyzed DoD, State, and USAID data for Iraq and Afghanistan for FY 2008 and the first half of FY 2009 on the: (1) status of agency efforts to track information on contracts and contractor personnel; (2) number of contractor personnel; (3) number of killed and wounded contractors; and (4) number and value of contracts and the extent to which they were awarded competitively. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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