Last November, we learned that FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) awarded a $300 million contract to a three-person firm from Whitefish Montana to restore electricity in Puerto Rico. That contract came under suspicion and was quickly terminated. Then, last month, we learned that FEMA awarded a $156 million contract to a one-person firm to provide 30 million emergency meals to Puerto Rico. That contract was terminated within three weeks when it became obvious the contractor had no hope of delivering that quantity.
Whenever cost or pricing data is required in connection with a Government contract or subcontract, whether