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October 22, 2008

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Ahmed

I worked in USAID Iraq as FSN for the few first years.
I can tell you that USAID staff worked very very hard despite the bad security and the Continuous political changes. Yet the big challange was the un qulified contractors, and sub contra. which unfortunately still getting job there. One of the sub contracor was from Jordan called Primus he started the contracr with couple of hundred tof thhousands and ended with million that without delevringA. The contractor used the political changes to pass this.

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