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DynCorp Should Refund $2 Million for Afghan Work, Audit Says

SF Chronicle with Bloomberg  July 7, 2011

July 7 (Bloomberg) — DynCorp International Inc., the largest U.S. contractor in Afghanistan, should refund at least $2 million it was paid by the State Department for costs that “were either not authorized or for services not provided” for Afghan police training work, according to an audit.

The payments were made because contracting officials from State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs “did not always perform a detailed review of invoices prior to payment,” said the audit released today by the Pentagon and State Department inspectors general.

Contracting officials approved invoices for unauthorized travel and purchases and excess labor costs, said the audit that examined State’s management of what’s now a $4.6 billion contract for Afghan police training and criminal justice initiatives.

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July 7, 2011 - Posted by | Afghanistan, Civilian Contractors, Contractor Oversight, DynCorp, Follow the Money, Government Contractor, Private Military Contractors, State Department | , , , , ,

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