Daily Archives: January 24, 2014

Security check contractor defrauded U.S. of millions of dollars

[Translate] Security check contractor defrauded U.S. of millions of dollars Published 24 January 2014   The Department of Justice said Wednesday that U.S. Investigations Services (USIS), the company which conducted the background checks on Edward Snowden and Aaron Alexis, has … Continue reading

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Watchdog: US reconstruction funds go unspent in Afghanistan

[Translate] Watchdog: US reconstruction funds go unspent in Afghanistan By Heath Druzin Published: January 23, 2014 Related IG for Afghanistan paints grim picture of possible narco-criminal state US watchdog issues alert over Afghan dam project oversight SIGAR: Millions spent on … Continue reading

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USDOJ: United States Government Sues Kellogg, Brown & Root Services Inc. and Two Foreign Companies for Kickbacks and False Claims Relating to Iraq Support Services Contract

[Translate] USDOJ: United States Government Sues Kellogg, Brown & Root Services Inc. and Two Foreign Companies for Kickbacks and False Claims Relating to Iraq Support Services Contract Department of Justice   Office of Public Affairs FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Thursday, January … Continue reading

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Weaknesses in $223 Million Justice Sector Program

[Translate] Weaknesses in $223 Million Justice Sector Program Today, SIGAR released an audit of the State Department’s Justice Sector Support Program (JSSP).  The audit found that weaknesses in the design and oversight of State’s $223 million justice sector programs may … Continue reading

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Death of a Canadian

[Translate] Death of a Canadian Clare Sambrook 24 January 2014 Subjects: G4S: Securing whose world? Some deaths in UK immigration detention get more media attention than others. “He was on his way to see his estranged daughter. Instead, he disappeared … Continue reading

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