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Daily Archives: January 10, 2012 10:06 pm
Are Private Contractors Undermining the Intelligence Community? Joshua Foust PBS: NEED TO KNOW September 22, 2011 There is broad public agreement that the government must take measures to respond to the explosive growth of contracting in the intelligence community during … Continue reading
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Defense Contractor’s Next Move? KBR Unit Looks to Other Sectors as Afghan Ops Near End By ANDREW CHUTER Published: 9 January 2012 LONDON – With Britain’s front-line forces in Afghanistan soon to start heading for the exit, the contractor who … Continue reading