sábado, 6 de março de 2010
Taking Iraq's Contracting Lessons to Afghanistan
In the past eight years, the United States has allocated $51 billion to rebuild and stabilize Afghanistan. But tracking that money sometimes seems as challenging as finding the leaders of the Taliban.
Stuart Bowen, the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction, tells the Huffington Post Investigative Fund that the kind of waste that occurred with reconstruction funds in Iraq could also be happening in Afghanistan.