NASA OIG On GSFC Procurement Waste

Final Memorandum Addressing Unneccessary Subcontract Costs and Other Deficiencies in GSFC's Multiple Award Schedule Procurement Process, NASA OIG

"We found that Goddard personnel involved in the MOBIS schedule 874 procurement process improperly directed a prime contractor to subcontract with a particular subcontractor, did not chose the most appropriate and cost-effective procurement method to execute the contract action, and wasted funds by paying $169,546.70 in unnecessary subcontract costs."

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