GOLDEN HAMMER: Temp worker program rings up $37M tab at Energy Department

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“A cost analysis, specifically required by existing department policy, had not been conducted to determine whether cost-effective alternatives to term assignments were available,” the IG said.

The IG took a sample of 96 contractors participating in the program and found that stricter controls could have saved the Energy Department at least $500,000.

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