American Bar Association (May 30) “U.S. Government Can Learn From Contracting Missteps in Iraq and Afghanistan, Panel Finds”
Former Rep. and UNH Distinguished Fellow in Public Service, Christopher Shays knew that wartime contracting was essential to the Iraq and Afghanistan efforts but that leadership and coordination were missing. “Nobody was in charge. No one was willing to ultimately say, ‘Yes, we are responsible for contractors,’” he notes.
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