by D. Cupples | According to the Washington Post, the National Defense Center for Environmental Excellence (NDCEE), which is now run by a private firm called Concurrent Technologies, has received $670 million in contracts and earmarks since 1991 to create technologies for the Defense Department's use. The Defense Department, however, has made little use of the NDCEE's work.
The Project on Government Oversight's executive director reasonably commented:
"Something is very wrong here. Why is the government pouring hundreds of millions of dollars into a contractor whose work it isn't using?"