An audit is now being done on the Department of Defense, the first time in its history, explains a report in Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.
And the chief financial officer for the Pentagon, David L. Norquist, has told U.S. senators he expects “unpleasant surprises.”
While Norquist’s testimony to the Senate Budget Committee came earlier this year, reports on his comments have just become available.
“I anticipate the audit process will uncover many places where our controls or processes are broken,” his statement to the committee read. “There will be unpleasant surprises. Some of these problems may also prove frustratingly difficult to fix.”
However, he said the audit is [READ MORE HERE]