"DCAA And the Art of Intimidation" - Some Historical Perspective

Last month, in what one of my colleagues has described as a “lucid rant,” I discussed the recent DCAA Memorandum for Regional Directors calling for increased referrals to agency Inspectors General of contracting officers engaged in such dastardly conduct as awarding contractors “unreasonable or excessive costs and/or profit” under their Government contracts, with “unreasonable” and “excess” defined to mean whatever DCAA on any given day deems them to mean.

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