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DOD program office missing key information
Monday - 6/6/2011, 9:40am EDT
It's all part of a new DoD Inspector General's report. It finds that contracting officials at DoD's Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation did not have required documents including records on pre-negotiation and price negotiation memos.
The report says those documents are crucial for accountability and transparency during the acquisition process. Officials say the information helps DoD know if it's paying a fair price and getting the most for its dollar.
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