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The Virginia Congressional delegation isn't happy about the way the Pentagon plans on reducing costs
Afghanistan's president is issuing an ultimatum to thousands of private security contractors he says are undermining his nation's army and police force: Cease operations in four months. Mike Thibault, Co-Chairman of the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan, joins us with reaction.
In Depth's new series, Pentagon Solutions, takes a look at why Secretary Robert Gates is calling for the cuts of certain programs, and whether or not there might be more to come.
Learn more in today's DoD Report.
The DoD Secretary says he wants to leave before 2012.
The Washington Post breaks down the data.
One industry analysts believes more can and should be done to bring down costs at the Pentagon
DCMA and DCAA are at loggerheads over contracting procedures.
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says he will step down next year. He had been expected to leave before the end of President Barack Obama's first term in 2012.
Also, could DoD's proposed shutdown of JFCOM be illegal?