GAO wants DOD to better share major contract info; Sanders cries foul

By Tony Bertuca / May 19, 2020 at 5:01 PM
The Government Accountability Office wants the Defense Department's acquisition chief to better coordinate the sharing of information about the Pentagon’s major contracts now that most mandatory peer reviews are no longer required outside the military departments. The Pentagon's director of defense pricing and contracting once reviewed all major procurement programs worth more than $1 billion but, according to a new GAO report , most of those reviews ceased in August 2019 and are now performed within the military departments. The...

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