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Ensuring Defense Contractor Accountability

DoD photo by Master Sgt. Ken Hammond, U.S. Air Force (Wikimedia Commons)

Few defense agencies will be able to avoid making difficult personnel cuts as the Pentagon struggles to meet budget reduction requirements and prepares for an era of leaner military might. To mitigate the consequences of these cuts and ensure they fall fairly on both federal employees and contracted personnel, defense agencies are seeking a total view of their resources. Unfortunately, contracted personnel are not sufficiently accounted for, and agencies are often unable to objectively assess employee performance. 

To learn more about the current state of defense contractor accountability and how to improve it, GBC conducted an in-depth research study. 

Download this GBC insight report to learn:

  • The most important issues agencies face when working with contractors
  • How agencies currently track contracted personnel activity
  • How to improve contractor accountability in your agency
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