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DynCorp International Inc.
Overcharges in Providing Fuel to a Police Academy in Amman, Jordan
Date: 01/30/2005 (Date of Report)
Misconduct Type: Cost/Labor Mischarge
Enforcement Agency: Multiple Agencies
Contracting Party: State Dept.
Court Type: N/A
Synopsis: The January 30, 2005 Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) report to Congress notes that an audit requested by the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) estimated that DynCorp may have overcharged the government as much as $600,000 in providing fuel to the INL-administered police academy in Amman, Jordan. The State Department Inspector General’s audit of the contract confirmed INL’s estimate of overcharges and found a basis for an additional claim of $85,000. DynCorp reimbursed the government $600,824.