Sunday, November 13, 2005

Remember this statement (from David Paulison): "All of those no-bid contracts, we are going to go back and rebid."
that received so much attention last month? The fact that that statement was considered so much more noteworthy than this one : "A lot of the contracts that were previously awarded without competition are completed or are beyond the point where it would be economically feasible to re-compete"(from FEMA spokesman Larry Orluskie)contibuted to my decision to start blogging. Now it seems that even the four contracts that FEMA had specifically promised would be rebid, won't be, links here andhere.

Don't know whether Paulison was under oath but, if he was, is he possibly guilty of perjury? Seriously. Now does anyone truly believe the administration is honoring it pledge on Davis-Bacon?

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