The Best Creative Minds in America Have Moved From Art, Into Accounting, Pentagon Audit Will Be the Mona Lisa of Creative Accounting

On September 10, 2001, Donald Rumsefeld announced that $2.3 trillion was missing from the Pentagon,  which the world quickly forgot about, since the 9/11 attacks happened the following day.

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From Reuters via RT:
“In July, Mattis criticized the Pentagon for spending $28 million on uniforms for Afghan National Army soldiers, which featured a camouflage pattern entirely unsuitable for Afghanistan.”

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.rt.com/usa/412529-pentagon-first-ever-audit/amp/

Reuters reports:

“The spokesman downplayed the significance of the improper changes, which he said net out to$62.4 billion. “Though there is a high number of adjustments, we believe the financial statement information is more accurate than implied in this report,” he said.
Some employees of the Defense Finance and Accounting Services (DFAS), which handles a wide range of Defense Department accounting services, referred sardonically to preparation of the Army’s year-end statements as “the grand plug,” Armstrong said. “Plug” is accounting jargon for inserting made-up numbers.
DFAS also could not make accurate year-end Army financial statements because more than 16,000 financial data files had vanished from its computer system. Faulty computer programming and employees’ inability to detect the flaw were at fault, the IG said.”
Reuters also reports:
“The study found that the Pentagon had more than a million people working desk jobs in its business operations, compared with 1.3 million troops on active duty. People working the desk jobs included 298,000 uniformed personnel, 448,000 civilian defense workers and 268,000 contractors, it said.
The proposal was ultimately killed. The department imposed secrecy restrictions on the data and removed a 77-page summary report from its website, the Post said.”
AP News reports:

“WASHINGTON (AP) — A British company hired to train Afghan intelligence officers billed the U.S. government for high-end cars, including Porsches and an Aston Martin, and paid the “significant others” of the firm’s top executives six-figure salaries even though there’s no proof they did any work, according to details of a Pentagon audit made public Wednesday. ( reported August 9, 2017)

He said the audit “questioned solely the use and depreciation treatment of vehicles” and that New Century Consulting “accounted for no more than three vehicles across the entire business at any one time.” The purchase of the weapons was done properly and at the direction of the U.S.-led command overseeing the training and equipping of the Afghan security forces, according to Grunberg.

The Defense Contract Audit Agency examined New Century Consulting’s invoices between fiscal years 2008 and 2013, when it was a subcontractor to another company, Imperatis Corporation. Among the costs charged to the U.S. were expenditures for seven high-end cars — Porsches, Alfa Romeos, a Bentley, an Aston Martin and a Land Rover, according to McCaskill’s letter to Mattis. The actual cost of the vehicles isn’t specified.

These “significant others” also were employed by New Century Consulting as executive assistants and had an average salary in 2012 of close to $420,000 each even though McCaskill said the company was unable to provide evidence they actually performed any work.

“These excessive payments cost taxpayers over $15 million,” she wrote.

New Century Consulting also gave its consultants more than $3.3 million in bonuses that they either didn’t earn or that weren’t required by their contracts, according to the senator.”

https://www.apnews.com/539008476ade4c03823db0395a22359d/Pentagon:-British-firm-billed-US-over-$50M-for-iffy-expenses.

“Artists” have been filling containers with urine and dancing sticking their fingers up each other’s butts, while the true creative geniuses have been writing prospectuses for Wall Street and budgets and book keeping entries for the government.

Skip the stock and fine art investments, and display the prospectuses and budgets proudly on your mantel as New Age Millenium Art.

Art world has run put of ideas reported by Daisy Luther  from The Organic Prepper and Paul Joseph Watson from Infowars”:

http://www.theorganicprepper.ca/art-reflects-life-11112017

Watch “The Truth About Modern Art” on YouTube

Peace,

Andrea Iravani

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