The U.S. Army failed to implement cost-control procedures on a cost-reimbursable service contract with General Dynamics Land Systems for logistic support for the Stryker vehicle family, a recent Pentagon Inspector General (IG) report says. With the contract, which is valued at about $1.5 billion and covered work between March 2007 and February 2012, the Project Management Office for Stryker Brigade Combat Team (PMO Stryker) failed to “adequately define performance-based contract ...


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