Or the lack thereof:
More than two months after a classified Army report found that two contract workers were implicated in the abuse of Iraqis at a prison outside Baghdad, the companies that employ them say that they have heard nothing from the Pentagon, and that they have not removed any employees from Iraq.
For one of the employees, the Army report recommended “termination of employment” and revocation of his security clearance. For the other, it urged an official reprimand and review of his security clearance.
But J. P. London, chief executive of CACI, one of the companies involved, said in an interview on Monday that “we have not received any information or direction from the client regarding our work in country no charges, no communications, no citations, no calls to appear at the Pentagon.”