As the number of Army contractors has dropped almost 30 percent, their number of tasks has increased more than tenfold.
SOURCE: Department of Defense | The Washington Post - June 1, 2010
The man behind the Army's monetary might Article | Edward M. Harrington deals with big bucks. More than $132 billion annually, in fact. As the Pentagon's deputy assistant secretary for procurement, he helps oversee how the Army spends every dollar, buying a range of items and services: from complex computer software to run electronics programs, t...