Peter Van Buren
Dissenter.FireDogLake.com
April 28, 2014

DynaCorp’s Michael A. Benz gives a graduation certificate to an Afghan National Army soldier who successfully completed the Aircrew Chief course at Kabul Air Corps Training Center
DynaCorp’s Michael A. Benz gives a graduation certificate to an Afghan National Army soldier who successfully completed the Aircrew Chief course at Kabul Air Corps Training Center
The Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction (SIGAR) issued a scathing report showing the Department of State gave a staggering 87 percent of all Afghan reconstruction funds to only five recipients.

In fact, 69 percent of all taxpayer money spent went to just one contractor.

Much Money into Few Hands

SIGAR tells us the top-five recipients of State Afghanistan reconstruction awards by total obligations accounted for approximately $3.5 billion, or 87 percent, of total State reconstruction obligations. State awarded the remaining 13 percent of obligations to 766 recipients, who averaged about $676 thousand each in total obligations.

Dyncorp International Limited Liability Corporation (Dyncorp) was the single largest recipient of State department funds, receiving $2.8 billion in contracts, or 69 percent of total awards. Dyncorp contracts dealt principally with training and equipping the Afghan National Police and counternarcotics forces. Dyncorp contracts included police trainers, construction of police infrastructure, and fielding police equipment and vehicles. Dyncorp played a similar role, with similar results, in the Iraq Reconstruction.

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