"â€¦ €ť said the protest letter, signed by the NAACPâ€™s Legal Defense and Education Fund and public-interest law groups Texas Appleseed of Austin, Texas, and â€¦"
"â€¦ litary hardware for school police include the Childrenâ€™s Law Center, the Education Law Center, the National Center for Youth Law, the Advancement Project â€” â€¦"
"â€¦ ting officer listed in the solicitation were not immediately returned. The Office of the Secretary of Defense referred questions to the Army. â€¦"
"â€¦ warded to Northrop Grumman for work on a high-altitude surveillance plane. The Pentagonâ€™s Inspector General found that money was paid without scrutiny, and Nort â€¦"
"â€¦ ce 238 existing systems, at a total cost now estimated to be $15.2 billion.The Pentagonâ€™s top financial office did not contest the findings and promised to trac â€¦"
"â€¦ hen I hear reports like this, it's like fingernails on a chalkboard." Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) commented that "it is simply unacceptable that Department leader â€¦"
"â€¦ long, large-scale stability operationsâ€ť like the incursions in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also said â€śwe are obviously going to have less modernizationâ€ť and â€¦"
"â€¦ it would still retain some discretion within those categories. Spending on Afghanistan would be exempt and Obama could also exempt military personnel if he choos â€¦"
"â€¦ ts work on the Global Hawk high-altitude surveillance plane. The Inspector General concluded those bills were paid without scrutiny, and faulted the Navy for â€¦"
"â€¦ General said last month was likely incomplete. An effort by the Inspector Generalâ€™s office to match specific Pentagon expenditures with withdrawals from a â€¦"
"â€¦ ongress had appropriated as their accounting benchmarks. Another Inspector General report noted that sometimes, the department simply â€śwrites-offâ€ť discre â€¦"
"â€¦ erseas. In late 2001, the Army, after a competition, awarded LOGCAP III to KBR. The Houston-based firm, once a subsidiary of Halliburton, began providing â€¦"
"â€¦ thatâ€™s the way LOGCAP III operated for almost a decade. And while KBR was competitively awarded the umbrella contract in December 2001, it didnâ â€¦"
"â€¦ rs needed to run military bases.When the U.S. went to war in Iraq in 2003, KBR came along too, eventually providing modern dining facilities for &n â€¦"
"â€¦ high as 36 percent.As LOGCAP expanded in Iraq, adding more and more work, KBR came under increasing scrutiny, particularly when the Army tried to extend â€¦"
"â€¦ resent any endorsements of particular viewpoints, groups or goals.National Military Family Association A nonprofit organization which for four decades ha â€¦"
"â€¦ d children of the Air Force, Navy, Army, Marines, among other services.The Military Child Education Coalition A nonprofit organization focused on quality â€¦"
"â€¦ education agency oversees 194 schools on Military installations worldwide.Military OneSource A tip line provided by the Department of Defense for milita â€¦"
"â€¦ om teachers. Nine in 10 Military children attend public schools.Operation: Military Kids The U.S. Armyâ€™s collaboration with 43 organizations to provide â€¦"
"â€¦ q and Afghanistan.Following are other new watchdog reports released by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), various federal Offices of Inspector General (OIG), and other gover â€¦"