The Government Accountability Office found three major problems in the awarding of contracts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
In a report, the GAO said there was inadequate planning and preparation in anticipating requirements for needed goods and services. Some key agencies did not always have adequate plans for contracting in a major contingency situation. For example, FEMA did not adequately anticipate needs for temporary housing and public buildings.
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