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Stephen Schooner

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Co-Director of the Government Procurement Law Program at the George Washington University Law School; former Associate Administrator for Procurement Law and Legislation at the Office of Federal Procurement Policy in the Office of Management and Budget

Stephen Schooner on KCRW

Congressional investigators say  Blackwater  fired first in almost  two-hundred shootouts , often failed to help injured civilians, and that many killings were covered up by state…

Private Security Contractors and Public Accountability

Congressional investigators say Blackwater fired first in almost two-hundred shootouts , often failed to help injured civilians, and that many killings were covered up by state…

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Blackwater USA —with more than a billion dollars in federal contracts—was on the carpet today on Capitol Hill.

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Blackwater USA —with more than a billion dollars in federal contracts—was on the carpet today on Capitol Hill.

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