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March 27, 2013

By Scott H. Amey, J.D.

It’s Time to Get Serious About Trafficking-in-Persons Policies



Laborers Filling Sandbags POGO has urged the Federal Acquisition Regulatory Council to implement the strongest possible prohibitions on trafficking in persons (TIP), but you can help fight human trafficking too.

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Topics: Contract Oversight

March 14, 2013

By Neil Gordon

POGO Celebrates Sunshine Week with Expanded Misconduct Database



Contract Oversight POGO updates its Federal Contractor Misconduct Database with 12 new contractors and a new top 100 federal contractor ranking.

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Topics: Contract Oversight

March 8, 2013

By Andre Francisco

Contractor at Hanford Nuclear Waste Project Admits Fraud



Hanford Nuclear Waste Complex A “key contractor” involved in the construction of a nuclear waste processing plant in Hanford, Wash., admitted to criminal time card fraud, according to an article in the Los Angeles Times.

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Topics: Energy and Natural Resources

February 15, 2013

By Neil Gordon

Issa Proposes Contractor Responsibility Reforms



Rep. Darrell Issa Representative Issa's proposal to overhaul the suspension and debarment system generates mixed reactions.

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Topics: Contract Oversight

January 23, 2013

By Joe Newman

McCaskill: Make Sure We Don't Have Another Benghazi



Sen. McCaskill Sen. Claire McCaskill told reporters she plans to talk to Kerry about embassy security.

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Topics: Contract Oversight

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