Thursday, September 15, 2011

US Wasting Billions in No-Bid Contracts in Wars

Following up on my defense contractors, this video states that there has been 60 billion dollars in waste. No bid contracts gives a "free ride" to the contractors who go into the war zones, to spend whatever they feel that they need to spend for services, private securities, translation services, without a good system to over see the contractors to see the "quality" of work. Non competitive contractors are KBR, has grown to a 37 billion dollars in 10 years without competition. KBR was owned by Halliburton, owned by Cheney before he was Vice President. This is Part one of two.

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