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Auditor finds D.C. contracting problems

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D.C. Council members harshly criticized the District's ability to oversee city contracts Wednesday, after a report from an independent auditing firm discovered "significant deficiencies." The independent auditing firm KPMG found that of 131 competitive procurements investigated by the firm, only 30 had evidence that the city actually undertook a bidding process, as is required by law. "This has...

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