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By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Army failed to have enough armor ready for trucks used after the 2003 invasion of Iraq even though it was told in 1996 to strengthen the vehicles, congressional investigators said on Thursday.
By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon should slow funding of Lockheed Martin Corp.'s next-generation F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the costliest international warplane project, until it is proven in flight tests, U.S. congressional investigators said Wednesday.
By Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Army's Future Combat Systems modernization program is now expected to cost $200 billion, including 52 essential complementary programs, the Government Accountability Office said on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The United States is headed for a financial crisis unless it alters its course of racking up big budget deficits year after year, Comptroller General David Walker told a British audience on Tuesday.
More than one-third of the 2.5 million applications for individual assistance after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita were "potential duplicates," suggesting that FEMA was the victim of extensive fraud, The New York Times reported on Saturday.
By Donna Smith WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Failure to designate a single person to take charge of the federal response to Hurricane Katrina led to confusion and a lack of decisive action after the devastating storm, congressional investigators said on Wednesday.
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By Donna Smith WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Failure to designate a single person in charge of the federal response to Hurricane Katrina led to confusion and a lack of decisive action in the aftermath of the devastating storm, congressional investigators said on Wednesday.
By Caroline Drees, Security Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Internal Revenue Service said on Monday it found no breaches of private taxpayer and bank account information after a report last year said unauthorized people may have accessed the data. The U.S.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Medicare has received thousands of complaints about its temporary drug discount card, according to a congressional report released on Wednesday as the agency grapples with new gripes about the card's replacement program.
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