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Tim Carney: Private contractors accelerate growth of government

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NSA leaker Edward Snowden didn't draw a paycheck from the federal government, but instead from a federal contractor, Booz Allen Hamilton, which brought in $1.3 billion for its government intelligence work, nearly a quarter of its revenue, according to the New York Times. Dozens of companies, including telecoms, military contractors and surveillance specialists, are paid to assist surveillance...

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