USAID Programs In Syria Need To Be Reformed In 2019, U.S. OIG Says
Wall Street Journal: USAID Programs in Syria Are in Need of Reform, U.S. Watchdog Says
“U.S. Agency for International Development programs in Syria are a top challenge for reform in 2019, according to a government watchdog that cited recent price-fixing schemes and fraud that led to dozens of companies and officials being barred from receiving U.S. contracts. The Office of the Inspector General has been investigating corrupt practices including bid rigging, bribery, and fraud in Syria since 2015…” (Donati, 11/23).
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