Sen. Clinton wants probe of Native contracting
Sen. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-New York), a leading presidential candidate, is calling for an investigation into an Alaska Native contract.

Clinton said the Department of Homeland Security may have given improper financial bonuses to the Chenega Technology Services. The DHS Inspector General has already said the $475 million no-bid contract was improperly awarded.

“In too many cases, DHS appears to be awarding bonuses despite poor performance, or worse, without even evaluating work,” Clinton wrote in a letter to Inspector General Richard Skinner. “Failing contractors should be rooted out, not rewarded."

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Clinton: Alaska Native firm may have gotten unfair bonus (Federal Computer Week 11/27)

Relevant Links:
Chenega Technology Services - http://www.chenegatechnology.com
Chenega Corporation - http://www.chenega.com

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