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Energy Department can't account for $906 million

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More than $900 million in excess subcontracts from the Department of Energy can't be accounted for from between 2010 and 2012. In a report released in April 2013 by the Inspector General for the DOE, the outsourcing of work to subcontractors by the National Nuclear Security Administration resulted in nine audit flaws. The $906 million came from costs that were not audited up to standards in...

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