October 16 2009
Officials failed to option fair prices in a 2007 Marine Corps purchase of thousands of mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP) vehicles for Iraq, according to a Pentagon probe cited by the Marine Corps Times.
Marine Corps Systems Command oversaw the Pentagon's multibillion-dollar development of MRAPs, and awarded nine contracts for the armored vehicles in January 2007.
The Pentagon's inspector general found that the command did not take the proper steps to determine whether...
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