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Defense contractor DynCorp reaps two-thirds of State Dept.'s Afghanistan reconstruction dollars

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A single defense contractor -- one that has faced allegations of poor performance -- raked in more than two-thirds of the $4 billion the State Department has spent rebuilding Afghanistan in recent years, a government watchdog says. DynCorp International, a Virginia-based company that is one of the federal government's largest contractors, won $2.8 billion in State Department contracts between...

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