From Publishers Weekly
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To be honest, I couldn't finish the book. Initially it was interesting and was thinking that it was going to be more about factual anecdotes about how the government outsources... Read morePublished 8 months ago by K. S.
Started it and lost it before I could finish... Was a bit to much for myself to handle.Published 10 months ago by Eric Marchewka
great book. I recommend it to those that are military and work with logistics. the author presents a very interesting point of view.Published on June 28, 2012 by Rick
This book was a good read, gets fairly well into the subject. Only complaint I have is that now I'm pissed off about the massive waste. LOLPublished on December 20, 2011 by Frank Pernicano
This book has a lot of problems:
1. Poorly written -- the author saps the life out of what could be a very interesting topic with boring prose and endless repetition of... Read more
Some of the talking points and statistics in this book are quite interesting to learn about. I feel however that the book is too textbook - Statistics and graphs and redundant... Read morePublished on August 2, 2011 by BrownBooks
Very insightful and informative book. The subject is detailed and explained well, for every reader to feel the
impact that our country experiences with using businesses within... Read more
The book give us a clear picture about the enormous problems that the goverment is facing because the abnoxious influence of the special interest and the corrupt politicians that... Read morePublished on March 22, 2011 by Walter Astie Burgos
the product showed up as they said it would and on time. can't ask for much more.Published on October 18, 2010 by Aaron Burkhardt