Contracting with the Enemy: The Contracting Officer's Dilemma
Yoder, E. Cory
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Operational Contract Support (OCS) activities during stability and reconstruction operations rely significantly on local national contractors to provide goods and services for US forces. A major risk associated with using local national contractors in contingency environments is the presence of business entities who may directly or indirectly support adversarial forces. Entering into contracts with enemy affiliated business entities creates significant contractual and security risk for US forces.
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NPS Report NumberSYM-AM-17-196