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“It’s a clusterf–k. Iraq is a goddamn German train schedule compared to this place.” – Barry Angeline – Advisor to Department of Homeland Security  – Office of Inspector General – Washington Examiner

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“Federal contractors working to improve Puerto Rico’s disaster response were laid off after they filed whistleblower reports claiming that their efforts were blocked by dysfunction and fraud.

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The program sought to apply an operational structure called Six Sigma, used at General Electric, and the contractors had taught it to companies and the military and consulted on past FEMA projects.

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It was ended prematurely after, the contractors claim, they were punished for identifying the very problems they had been brought in to try to solve.

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“Of all the organizations I’ve seen so far, they really needed it,” said Jeff Wykowsky, a former General Electric and Verizon executive who worked on the program. “My view is they need it really badly, and they killed the program.”

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Barry Angeline, a member of the team who helped lead the effort to document the team’s concerns to the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security, the Cabinet-level department that oversees FEMA, said, “It’s a clusterf–k. Iraq is a goddamn German train schedule compared to this place.”  “

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Read the full story here   https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/economy/they-killed-the-program-fema-contractors-in-puerto-rico-claim-they-were-fired-for-reporting-waste-and-fraud

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Below are a few of FEMA whistleblowers that were eventually Sued by FEMA and blackballed from the industry that FEMA controls.

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