Dubai-based company Anham was once accused by SIGIR, the US military spending watchdog, of billing $900 for a circuit breaker.
Between 2009 and the end of 2015, total spending by the Department of Defense on goods and services from the private sector at large was more than $2.3 trillion.
An official says the Pentagon's “robust online program” operates using “truthful information directed toward regional audiences to combat ISIL’s (Islamic State’s) lies and deception.”
Two of three missing US civilians kidnapped by Shiite militia forces in Baghdad at the weekend are believed to have been working for General Dynamics on a “critical” multimillion dollar deal in Iraq.
How the US Air Force is using private sector companies to help analyse ‘insatiable demand’ for drone war video intelligence
Concerns over increasing use of private contractors by US Air Force to help monitor and analyse intelligence from Pentagon drone operations