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Contents

Results in Brief Background FEMA’s Issuance of Task Orders under MD Contracts Resulted in

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as Much as $16 Million in Waste Breakdowns in FEMA’s Invoice Review Process Led to about

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$16 Million in Improper or Potentially Fraudulent Payments Case Studies Illustrate Excessive Costs at Group and Commercial

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Sites Evidence of Improper Activity Related to Contract Award Process Conclusion Recommendations for Executive Action Agency Comments and Our Evaluation

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Letter

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Table 1: Total Bid Prices Submitted by 10 MD Contractors in

Mississippi Table 2: Range of Bids for the Five Most Expensive Line Items in

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the MD Contract Table 3: Results of Statistical Sample of Paid Preventative

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Maintenance Inspections Table 4: Estimated Trailer Costs at Three Case Study Group Sites

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in Mississippi through March 2009 Table 5: Estimated Trailer Costs at Commercial Site in Mississippi

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through March 2009

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Objectives, Scope, and Methodology

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FEMA Preventative Maintenance Inspection Sheet

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Comments from FEMA

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GAO Contact and Staff Acknowledgments

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Appendix I

Appendix II

Appendix III

Appendix IV

Tables

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