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BWI faulted for handling of $38m in contracts

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A Maryland state auditor faulted the agency overseeing the Baltimore airport for its handling of contracts worth $38 million. The report by the Maryland General Assembly's Office of Legislative Audits found that the Maryland Aviation Administration failed to adequately monitor spending on architectural and engineering contracts, among other issues. But Paul Wiedefeld, executive director of the...

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