GAO finds FEMA could use contractors better after 2017 hurricane season
December 20, 2018 12:07 pm
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With 2017’s large amount of hurricanes, the Federal Emergency Management Agency found itself relying heavily on advance contracts to get much needed goods and services to areas affected. However, a recent review by the Government Accountability Office found FEMA could be getting even better use of these contracts. Marie Mak, director of Contracting and National Security Acquisitions Issues at GAO, told Federal News Network’s Eric White how FEMA can utilize them more. Hear the conversation on Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
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