by David Phinney
Friday July 12th 2024



Badges Dishonored

A DynCorp worker was busted Tuedasy for alledgedly approving various badges to Iraqi friends and a DynCorp vice president allowing access to Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone even though they were not entitled to receive them.
DynCorp finds the allegation disturbing and an government contracting association leader, Stan Soloway, president of the Professional Services Council, cautions that the case should not be viewed as an indictment of the tens of thousands of military contractors in Iraq. “There is absolutely no evidence that there have been any more security problems with contractors than with federal government employees or anyone else,” Soloway told The Washington Post.
But the fact is, many contractor employees believe that the Pentagon and State Department badging process — largely handled by contractors — is regularly violated for favors. Stay tuned for similar stories.


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