This are some of the audits that haliburton has faced in Iraq, the audits has been performed by a firm call DCAA, this firm works under the Secretary
But as you see all this evidence and not action against them but more awarded contracts to them.
No wonder they are so confident that they can get away with everything.
Investigations and Audits
Is no doubt that Haliburtion dealings are an ongoing struggle to bring the companies various illegal dealings. But while they are investigated they
are still been favor over any other companies when it comes to the government favoritism.
In December 2003, a DCAA draft audit reported that Halliburton
overcharged the Defense Department by $61 million
On December 31, 2003, a DCAA "Flash Report" audit found "significant" and "systemic" deficiencies in the way Halliburton estimates and validates
costs $2.7 billion.
On January 13, 2004, DCAA concluded that Halliburton's deficiencies "bring into question [Halliburton's] ability to consistently produce
well-supported proposals that are acceptable as a basis for negotiation of fair and reasonable prices
In a May 13, 2004, audit, DCAA reported "several deficiencies" in Halliburton's billing system that resulted in billings to the government "
On June 25, 2004, the CPA IG found that, as a result of poor oversight, Halliburton charged U. S. taxpayers.
A July 26, 2004, CPA IG audit report found that Halliburton "did not effectively manage government property". $18.6 million.
In July 2004, GAO found ineffective planning, inadequate cost control.
In an August 16, 2004, memorandum, DCAA "identified significant unsupported costs. $1.82 billion.
On November 23, 2004, the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction examined a $569 million and found that Halliburton "did not provide . . .
sufficiently detailed cost data.
All this has been in the news but never with to much coverage.