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FEMA to Review No-Bid Storm Cleanup Contracts

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FEMA to Review No-Bid Storm Cleanup Contracts

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FEMA to Review No-Bid Storm Cleanup Contracts

FEMA to Review No-Bid Storm Cleanup Contracts

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Acting FEMA Director David Paulison testifies at a hearing held by the Senate Committee of Homeland Security in Washington, D.C., Oct. 6. FEMA hide caption

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Acting Director David Paulison updates the Senate Homeland Security Committee on the Federal Emergency Management Agency's response to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. He says the agency will review the no-bid contracts worth millions of dollars that were awarded in the immediate aftermath of the storms.