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IRAQ: U.S. Plans to Divert Reconstruction Funds to 'Security'
by Jonathan WeismanWashington Post
September 15th, 2004

USA: Halliburton Settles with SEC
by Jason LeopoldAlternet
September 7th, 2004

IRAQ:US army to axe Halliburton deal
BBC news
September 7th, 2004

US: Conflict of interest may hurt nuke security: Critics charge testing of security at power plants is fatally flawed
by Lisa MyersMSNBC
September 4th, 2004
Since drawings of U.S. nuclear power plants were found in al-Qaida caves in Afghanistan, the nuclear power industry says it has spent $1 billion beefing up security. That includes more frequent and more realistic mock-terrorist attacks to test the ability of plant guards.

AFGHANISTAN: Kabul tense after bombing of Dyncorps kills at least nine
by AFPAgence France Press
August 30th, 2004

IRAQ: Labor Upsurge Wins Support from U.S. Unions
by David BaconFor permission to reproduce, write dbacon@igc.org
August 18th, 2004

USA: Outsourcing the Defense Budget
by Elizabeth BrownFirst published July 29, 2004
August 17th, 2004

CROATIA: Croatia pulls out of a highway construction deal with Bechtel
by Zeljka Vujcic
August 13th, 2004
Amid allegations of corruption and under pressure from Brussels, Croatia pulls out of a highway construction deal with U.S. giant Bechtel.

IRAQ: CACI Receives Army Contract for Interrogation
by Jody Brown, Senior Vice President, Public Relations, of CACI
August 10th, 2004

IRAQ: Contractors Are Bidding Amid Increasing Attacks
by Beth PotterMcGraw Hill Construction
July 26th, 2004
Some 50 Iraqi contractors listened recently at a Sunday bid meeting to Kellogg, Brown & Root project manager Glenn Powell via a translator. To get there, they had passed through four U.S. military checkpoints along a quarter-mile stretch through a heavily fortified Baghdad “green zone” for foreigners doing business in Iraq.

IRAQ: Security Firm's $293 Million Deal Under Scrutiny
by Charles M. SennottThe Boston Globe
June 22nd, 2004

Iraq: The Paper Trail. Did Cheney Okay a Deal?
by Timothy J. Burger and Adam Zagorin
May 30th, 2004

US: Federal government to start a summer spree of contracts
by Christopher BoweFinancial Times
May 27th, 2004
The US government is expected to open a summer spree of lucrative defence and security contracts today, when it names the finalists for a $14bn ship procurement.

Iraq: CACI Contracts Blocked
by Ellen McCarthyWashington Post
May 26th, 2004
The Interior Department's inspector general is reviewing the contracting procedures that allowed the Army to hire civilian interrogators in Iraq and has blocked the Army from using the contract to place new orders with Arlington-based CACI International Inc., an agency spokesman said yesterday.

US: C-130’s Costs Soar Despite Reforms
by David PhinneyDefense News
April 12th, 2004
The Pentagon had high hopes it could keep costs low on a new model of the C-130 transport by treating it like any other commercial purchase, but despite the publicly intended purpose, the airlifter’s price nearly doubled.

US: A Case of Reprisal Against One Pentagon Auditor
by David PhinneyFederal Times
April 12th, 2004
Last year, Ken Pedeleose and two colleagues wrote a 90-page report, cross-referenced with hundreds of documents and correspondence, accusing DCMA officials and the Pentagon of routinely bypassing administrative safeguards. The report was delivered to more than 50 members of Congress.

US: Undermining the Auditors: ‘Collaborative Arrangement’ Lets DoD Contractors Slide
by David PhinneyFederal Times
April 12th, 2004
Many say the Pentagon's contract oversight system is crumbling under a burgeoning workload, sharp staff cuts, and a less aggressive oversight culture driven by acquisition reforms that promote more partnership and trust between the Defense Department and its contractors.

USA: Inside Lockheed's $250 Billion Pentagon Connection
by Geoffrey GrayVillage Voice
March 19th, 2003
George Bush has said if he is fortunate enough to be elected president, he is going to look at our whole military situation, including the tactical air account. He's noted that the 3000 number [of planes] seems a bit much.



US: Jurors Weigh Custer Battles Fraud Case
by John E. MulliganThe Providence Journal
In closing arguments, the attorney for two whistleblowers asks for more than $10 million in damages against the Rhode Island-based company accused of war profiteering in Iraq.

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