Jeff Parsons, Executive Director of Army Contracting Command on Army Contracting
The United States Military had been forced by the operations undertaken in Iraq and Afghanistan to develop contracting requirements and procurement procedures on the fly. Much of the peacetime practices were not up to speed in managing a growing conflict in two different theaters; and the burden fell on many individuals who were not specifically trained to deal with an expeditionary set of contracting requirements.
The U.S. Army, having to shoulder much of the rebuilding process in Iraq in...
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