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Resource ID: #21515
Subject: Contracts
Source: Mother Jones
Date: 2004-06-01



As the Washington Correspondent for Mother Jones, Scherer's investigation looks into the world of federal contracting and how a lack of government oversight is decreasing competition among contractors. "In 2002, nearly 52 percent of the contract dollars, about $138 billion, was awarded without competition, attracted only one bidder, or used multiple-award contracts or federal purchase cards--practices that auditors say are often used to skirt federal requirements to compete contracts."

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