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CLEANUP CONTRACT FEMA HURRICANE KATRINA

Burgess wants FEMA trailers gone by summer Hammond Daily Star
The Tangipahoa Parish president wants the FEMA trailer parks out of the parish by this summer. Gordon Burgess said the trailer parks have outlived their usefulness and the residents need to begin returning to their homes.
$2.1M set for debris removal The Biloxi Sun Herald
Harrison County officials authorized more check-writing this week for cleanup of debris left by Hurricane Katrina.
Auditors: Katrina waste could top $2 billion CNN.com
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The tally for Hurricane Katrina waste could top $2 billion next year because half of the lucrative government contracts valued at $500,000 or greater for cleanup work are being awarded with little competition.
Billions in Katrina aid wasted Baltimore Sun
U.S. investigating allegations of political favoritism, lack of competitive bidding The money wasted in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina could exceed $2 billion next year because half the government contracts valued at $500,000 or more for cleanup work are being awarded with little competition.
Katrina waste tally may top $2B Long Beach Press-Telegram
Up to half of contracts awarded with low competition. WASHINGTON - The tally for Hurricane Katrina waste could top $2 billion next year because half of the lucrative government contracts valued at $500,000 or greater for cleanup work are being awarded with little competition.
Fraud, Katrina contracts could waste $2B China Daily
WASHINGTON - The tally for Hurricane Katrina waste could top US$2 billion next year because half of the lucrative government contracts valued at US$500,000 or greater for cleanup work are being awarded without little competition.
With $1 billion wasted, more Katrina abuse yet to emerge FOX 10 Mobile
The tally for Hurricane Katrina waste could top $2 billion next year.
Katrina Fraud Likely to Balloon Past $1B San Francisco Chronicle
Already at $1 billion, the tally for Hurricane Katrina waste will balloon next year as investigators shift their attention from fraudulent aid to the lucrative government contracts awarded with little competition. Several of the contracts were hastily
Fraud, Waste From Katrina Could Top $2 Billion in 2007 Fox News
Federal investigators say the Bush administration already squandered $1B on fraudulent disaster aid to individuals, but now say that costs could balloon because half of the lucrative contracts for cleanup work are being awarded with little competition.
Katrina waste could top $2 billion Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Half of the lucrative government contracts valued at $500,000 or greater for cleanup work are being awarded with little competition and federal investigators have already determined the Bush administration squandered $1 billion.

Multiple Layers Of Contractors Drive Up Cost of Katrina Cleanup
Hurricane Katrina brought unprecedented destruction to the Gulf Coast. administer most disaster-related contracts, FEMA and the Army Corps of Engineers,
Special Hurricane Katrina Coverage
Minority Firms Receive Fewer Katrina Clean-up Contracts. With only a fraction of the $1.6 billion FEMA Held Off on Requesting Hurricane Relief Workers
NPR : FEMA to Review No-Bid Storm Cleanup Contracts
dollars in contracts that were awarded with no competition in the immediate aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Mr. DAVID PAULISON (Acting Director, FEMA):
Katrina
Vendors who are not current holders of GSA Schedule or GWAC contracts: Website: http://www.fema.gov. For information on Hurricane Katrina Contracting
FEMA: FEMA Contracts to Provide Housing Relief for Displaced
More Information on Mississippi Hurricane Katrina These emergency contracts joined a new Housing Area Command created and led by FEMA to address the
FEMA: Hurricane Katrina News Releases
Hurricane Katrina News Releases. The American Red Cross launched a website linking Bayou La Batre gets FEMA OK for $1.12 Million Debris Cleanup, Sep 27
Contractor tiers swell Katrina costs - The Boston Globe
The prime contracts are usually awarded by FEMA or other government agencies An estimated 400 people are still missing since Hurricane Katrina flooded
APTAC-Procurement Technical Assistance Centers, getting government
In response to Hurricane Katrina, the Corps of Engineers developed this website to Fax this information to: 334-409-4663 Attention: FEMA Contract
FOXNews.com - Fraud, Waste From Hurricane Katrina Could Top $2
Hurricane Katrina Contracts to Face Tough Scrutiny by Fraud FEMA spokesman James McIntyre said the agency was working to fix its mistakes by awarding
Choice America Network Online :: Katrina Clean-Up Contracts Questioned
While several federal agencies have approved contracts, FEMA and the Army AshBritt officials declined to comment on the Hurricane Katrina contracts. cleanup+contract+fema+hurricane+katrina: cleanup+contract+fema+hurricane+katrina
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