These are contracts that seem to fit no where else
A U.S. Government Accountability Office report said the U.S. Army no bid contract with Alutiiq Security and Technology for Post security had a number of problems. That included inadequate training and incomplete background checks that led to employment of officers with criminal records. Alutiiq subcontracted work to Wackenhut. The Army re-solicited the contract (1 ). In 2006 the U.S. Army awarded Doyon Security Services LLC of Fairbanks Alaska a 66.75 million contract for professional,administrative and management support services (2 ).
A senior Army officer reported that no troops in Iraq or Afghanistan killed because of defective body armor. But an inspector general audit found that much armor (made byArmor Works ) used by US forces had been improperly tested and was defective. The audit suggested that around 33,000 armor plates of the 2 million plate inventory be replaced (3 ).A shipping container company APL agree to pay 23 million dollars to settle the claim it over charged the US Military for shipping war supplies to Iraq and Afghanistan (4 ).