The U.S. Navy failed to take into account concerns raised by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) when awarding a recent $576 million contract for aircraft engine spare parts, the Pentagon Inspector General (IG) says. “We substantiated a complaint that a Navy contracting officer negotiated without appropriately considering significant unsupported and questioned costs reported” by the DCAA, the IG says. The Navy officer negotiated the deal without appropriately considering ...

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