The U.S. Army failed to properly account for certain Stryker logistics contract costs, a recent Pentagon Inspector General report says. “The Project Management Office for Stryker Brigade Combat Team (PMO Stryker) officials did not properly account for government property procured on the cost-reimbursable services contract for logistics support of Stryker vehicles,” the IG says in its recent report. “We identified 19,365 different items of Stryker inventory (spare and repair parts) being ...
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