Windfalls of war: KBR, the government's concierge

By Sharon Weinberger

After a decade of war, KBR's umbrella contract tops $37 billion

Windfalls of war: Pentagon buys choppers from Russia to equip Afghan, Iraqi militaries

By Sharon Weinberger

One-stop shopping for helicopters...made in Russia

Windfalls of war: Taxpayers get hammered by Pentagon attempts to "one-stop-shop"

By Sharon Weinberger

Pentagon abused its sole-source authority on weapons from tankers to choppers

Windfalls of War: A decade of keeping government spending accountable

By Sandy Johnson

Tracking the cost of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, $1 trillion and up

Windfalls of war: Pentagon's competition for contracts abysmal compared to other agencies

By Sharon Weinberger

Pentagon's record of competitive contracts is poor compared to other agencies

SLIDESHOW: Windfalls of War

By Sarah Whitmire

During U.S. military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Pentagon made little effort to vet its defense contract options

Top 100 Contractors in Iraq, Afghanistan

By The Center for Public Integrity

Findings from the Center's second installment of 'Windfalls of War'

Baghdad bonanza

By Bill Buzenberg

The top 100 private defense contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2004-2006

Documents reveal concern regarding Halliburton contracts

By André Verlöy

A top Army contracting officer asks for an independent investigation

Halliburton contracts balloon

By André Verlöy and Daniel Politi

Despite being under an investigative cloud, company gets $4.3 billion in 2003

Contracting intelligence

By André Verlöy and Daniel Politi

Department of Interior releases Abu Ghraib contract

Winning contractors – An update

By Daniel Politi

As the number of contracts rises, problems continue to plague the contracting process

Inside a war-time contract

By André Verlöy

How a $24M military contract becomes a $887.4M contract

Contractors write the rules

By Jonathan Werve

Army policy governing use of contractors omits intelligence restrictions

Private contractors

As early as December 2000 the Army was aware of the risks of calling on the private sector for intelligence work

Anatomy of a contract

A closer look at Science Applications International Corp's deal

Contracts with provisional authorities

By Kevin Baron, Neil Gordon and Laura Peterson

Some players in Iraq got their business from Baghdad and Kabul

Winning contractors

U.S. contractors reap the windfalls of post-war reconstruction

Cutting through the fog of war

By Daniel Politi

Open records law offers flawed glimpse of government contracting

Outsourcing government

By Laura Peterson

Service contracting has risen dramatically in the last decade

Oil immunity?

By André Verlöy

Government denies charges that Bush helped oil companies in Iraq

A family connection

Sullivan Haave may be tiny, but it does have an influential Pentagon link