More procurement questions
So the true finger pointing will now begin.
The NYT has a story about questions raised in some of the post-Katrina awards.
Many Contracts for Storm Work Raise Questions [NYT, 9.26, 2005]
Topping the federal government's list of costs related to Hurricane Katrina is the $568 million in contracts for debris removal landed by a Florida company with ties to Mississippi's Republican governor. Near the bottom is an $89.95 bill for a pair of brown steel-toe shoes bought by an Environmental Protection Agency worker in Baton Rouge, La.
Read Steve Kelman's take
on the right Katrina procurement questions.
Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Sep 26, 2005 at 12:14 PM