Concerns Arise over No-Bid Contracts in Gulf Recovery No-bid contracting is in wide use in the rebuilding of the hurricane-devastated Gulf Coast, thanks in part to a change in the law governing contracts and competitive bidding. The law was changed just weeks ago, and questions are arising about how the tens of billions of dollars are being spent.
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Concerns Arise over No-Bid Contracts in Gulf Recovery

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Concerns Arise over No-Bid Contracts in Gulf Recovery

Concerns Arise over No-Bid Contracts in Gulf Recovery

Concerns Arise over No-Bid Contracts in Gulf Recovery

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No-bid contracting is in wide use in the rebuilding of the hurricane-devastated Gulf Coast, thanks in part to a change in the law governing contracts and competitive bidding. The law was changed just weeks ago, and questions are arising about how the tens of billions of dollars are being spent.