LONDON — British financial watchdog the National Audit Office (NAO) is warning that the Defense Ministry could face a far larger multibillion pound procurement hole than currently anticipated, if funding assumptions prove incorrect. According to the NAO findings: “Two thirds of the gross cost increases reported in the Major Projects Report 2009 reflect deliberate decisions to slip projects, taken corporately by the department (Defense Ministry) as part of a wider package designed to ...

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