Michael "Mike" W. Wynne
February 2005: 'The contracting process may have been "sped up, interrupted or unduly influenced" by Druyun, Mike Wynne, the Pentagon's acting acquisition chief, told reporters at a briefing. "It pains me to find any instance where the contracts could have been manipulated for other than the best interest of the taxpayer. There is no best practice or metric that allows for anything other than zero defects in this area."'http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A24924-2005Feb14.html
Role Name Type Last Updated Organization Executive (past or present) Department of Defense (DOD)/Defense Department Organization Mar 31, 2005
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jun 06, 2008 2 Leaders Ousted From Air Force in Atomic Errors
QUOTE: The Air Force secretary, Michael W. Wynne, and the service’s chief of staff, Gen. T. Michael Moseley, were forced to resign after the inquiry found that the latest in a series of incidents reflected “a pattern of poor performance” in securing sensitive military components, Mr. Gates said at a Pentagon briefing. So deep and serious are the problems, Mr. Gates said, that he has asked a former secretary of defense and of energy, James R. Schlesinger, to head “a senior-level task force” to recommend improvements in the safekeeping of nuclear weapons, delivery vehicles and other sensitive items.
New York Times May 25, 2007 Army and Air Force Deny Formal Links To Christian Event
QUOTE: A Washington-based advocacy group, Americans United for Separation of Church and State, sent letters yesterday...contending that the military's extensive cooperation in the [evangelical Christian] event would be unconstitutional.
Washington Post Feb 10, 2006 Air Force Eases Rules on Religion: New Guidelines Reflect Evangelicals' Criticism, General Says
QUOTE: The Air Force, under pressure from evangelical Christian groups and members of Congress, softened its guidelines on religious expression yesterday to emphasize that superior officers may discuss their faith with subordinates and that chaplains will not be required to offer nonsectarian prayers.
Washington Post Feb 15, 2005 Jailed Ex-Official Linked To More Defense Contracts
QUOTE: Darleen A. Druyun, the former Air Force procurement official who admitted showing Boeing Co. favoritism on contracts, may have unduly influenced eight other contracts worth about $3 billion, including four awarded to other companies...
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