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Postal Service awards more than $37 million in contracts without competition

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U.S. Postal Service officials doled out more than $37 million in contracts without allowing for competition, the agency's inspector general found. Officials at the Postal Service who awarded contracts did not provide required documents justifying the fact that 21 of 56 awards collectively worth more than $37 million were given without being put out for competitive bidding. The IG said the same...

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