What's your guess, just more corruption or incompetence by the Bush administration? http://www.nytimes.com/2008/03/28/world/asia/28ammo.html When the United States Army decided this week to suspend the main supplier of munitions to Afghan security forces from future federal work, it did so after a field investigation documented what it called an act of fraud. Last Nov. 25, the president of the company, Efraim E. Diveroli, signed papers certifying that 28 pallets of ammunition for Afghanistan had been manufactured by MFS 2000, a Hungarian company, according to the investigatorsâ€™ memorandum. Acting on a tip, the Armyâ€™s Procurement Fraud Branch visited an Afghan ammunition storage site in January after the shipment arrived. There, investigators found that ammunition certified as Hungarian was actually made in China, according to the memorandum. ... The investigatorsâ€™ discovery did more than lead to his companyâ€™s suspension. The discovery placed him at risk of a federal criminal charge of fraud. And it raised questions about how Army contracting officials have been securing arms for the Pentagonâ€™s allies in Afghanistan and Iraq. Mr. Diveroliâ€™s company, AEY Inc. of Miami Beach, received a two-year contract in January 2007, potentially worth $298 million, to provide Afghan security forces with ammunition. At the time, Mr. Diveroli was 21.