DODIG-2015-050, “Improvement Needed for Inventory Management Practices on the T700 Technical, Engineering, and Logistical Services and Supplies Contract,” December 10, 2014

DODIG-2014-119, “Excess Inventory Acquired on Performance-Based Logistics Contracts to Sustain the Air Force’s C-130J Aircraft,” September 22, 2014

DODIG-2014-106, “Military Sealift Command Oversight of Excess Spare-Parts Inventory and Purchases for Sealift Program Roll-On/Roll-Off Ships Needs Improvement,” September 9, 2014


DODIG-2014-064, “Improved Management Needed for the F/A-18 Engine Performance-Based Logistics Contracts,” April 25, 2014

DODIG-2013-103, “Boeing Overstated Contract Requirements for the CH‑47F Helicopter,” July 16, 2013

DODIG-2013-073, “Use of Defense Logistics Agency Excess Parts for High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Depot Repairs will Reduce Costs,” April 25, 2013

DODIG-2013-025, “Accountability Was Missing for Government Property Procured on the Army’s Services Contract for Logistics Support of Stryker Vehicles,” November 30, 2012


DODIG-2012-004, “Changes Are Needed to the Army Contract With Sikorsky to Use Existing DoD Inventory and Control at the Corpus Christi Army Depot,” November 3, 2011

D-2011-061, “Excess Inventory, and Contract Pricing Problems Jeopardize the Army Contract with Boeing to Support the Corpus Christi Army Depot,” May 3, 2011

D-2010-063, “Analysis of Air Force Secondary Power Logistics Solution Contract,” May 21, 2010

DODIG-2015-137, “Improvements Needed on DoD Procurements from Robertson Fuel Systems,” June 25, 2015

DODIG-2015-120, “Defense Logistics Agency Did Not Obtain Fair and Reasonable Prices From Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems for Sole-Source Commercial Spare Parts,” May 8, 2015

DODIG-2015-103, “Summary of DoD Office of Inspector General Spare Parts Pricing Audits: Additional Guidance is Needed,” March 31, 2015

DODIG-2015-058, “U.S. Air Force May Be Paying Too Much for F117 Engine Sustainment,” December 22, 2014

DODIG-2015-053, “Naval Supply Systems Command Needs to Improve Cost Effectiveness of Purchases for the Phalanx Close-In Weapon System,” December 19, 2014

DODIG-2014-110, “Ontic Engineering and Manufacturing Overcharged the Defense Logistics Agency for Sole-Source Spare Parts,” September 15, 2014

DODIG-2014-088, “Defense Logistics Agency Aviation Potentially Overpaid Bell Helicopter for Sole-Source Commercial Spare Parts,” July 7, 2014


DODIG-2014-054, “Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime Paid Too Much for High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Repair Parts,” April 4, 2014

DODIG-2014-038, “Air Force Life Cycle Management Center Could Not Identify Actual Cost of F119 Engine Spare Parts Purchased from Pratt and Whitney,” February 10, 2014

DODIG-2014-020, “U.S. Army Contracting Command Did Not Obtain Fair and Reasonable Prices for Communications Equipment,” December 5, 2013


DODIG-2013-090, “Improved Guidance Needed to Obtain Fair and Reasonable Prices for Sole-Source Spare Parts Procured By the Defense Logistics Agency From the Boeing Company,” June 7, 2013

D-2011-104, “Pricing and Escalation Issues Weaken the Effectiveness of the Army Contract with Sikorsky to Support the Corpus Christi Army Depot,” September 8, 2011

D-2011-042, “Defense Logistics Agency/Honeywell LongTerm Contract Model Using One-Pass Pricing for Sole-Source Spare Parts,” February 18, 2011


DODIG-2015-050, “Improvement Needed for Inventory Management Practices on the T700 Technical, Engineering, and Logistical Services and Supplies Contract,” December 10, 2014

DODIG-2013-104, “DOD Oversight Improvements Are Needed on the Contractor Accounting System for the Army’s Cost-Reimbursable Stryker Logistics Support Contract,” July 16, 2013

DODIG-2013-040, “Critical Information Needed to Determine the Cost and Availability of G222 Spare Parts,” January 31, 2013

DODIG-2012-102, “Better Cost-Control Measures Needed on the Army’s Cost- Reimbursable Services Contract for Logistics Support of Stryker Vehicles,” June 18, 2012

DODIG-2013-073, “Use of Defense Logistics Agency Excess Parts for High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle Depot Repairs Will Reduce Cost,” April 25, 2013



 


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