No-Bid Contract

No-Bid Contract

The defense contractor Kellogg, Brown and Root (KBR), then a subsidiary of Halliburton, which had been formerly led by Dick Cheney, is awarded a no-bid contract to fight oil-well fires and make emergency repairs. It is later revealed that Halliburton’s role was much broader and that the contract could yield close to a billion dollars. The contract is apparently awarded in March but may have been agreed to as early as October 2002.22

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