An article by Ryan Anderson that was published in the Los Angeles Times on Tuesday, March 1, 2018, revealed that contractors are being paid for the services of those who they say “do not have a clue” about what they are actually doing.
“There is a disconnect between what the government says they are doing, and what they actually do,” Anderson wrote.
The article described how a contractor is hired to take a photo of a person, but it is the contractor’s intent that the person not see what they took the photo of.
This is the same type of photo taken by a person without the permission of the photographer.
A government contractor who is hired by the United States Government for a certain purpose, such as photographing an individual or taking a photo, may be violating the Uniformed Services Contractor Act (USCCA).
“This is an instance of a contractor making money from their customers without their knowledge or consent,” Anderson said.
Anderson’s article focused on contractors in the Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps.
Anderson also noted that the Department of Defense had a number of contractors under investigation by the Government Accountability Office (GAO), a federal watchdog agency.
The GAO said that contractors were being paid more than they were entitled to in order to cover the costs of their own employees and for overtime, among other things.
Anderson pointed to a case where a contractor was asked to photograph a group of Marines who were in the water and then pay him to do it, because he wanted to cover his own expenses.
“If the Corps had a similar situation, it would be a different story,” Anderson told Breitbart News.
He added that he was also concerned that contractors who are fired because of their work on government projects, like a military base, are being given a bonus by the government.
“We’ve got contractors who get paid by the hour, and then the next day, they’re told they don’t get a bonus,” Anderson noted.
“They’re getting paid by a contractor.
It’s just very concerning.
I’m hoping we’re not going to see another case of this.”
The article also noted another instance where a subcontractor was asked by the Department to photograph military members on a military installation.
The subcontractor said he had not been told that the military had an official photographer on duty, and that he had asked the contractor to do the job.
However, the contractor said he was told that he would not be paid for his work, because the photograph was done by the subcontractor.
The Department of the Army did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Anderson was a contractor who worked for a private contractor in South Carolina in 2013.
He is now a professor of civil engineering at the University of South Carolina.
He was not able to comment on his experience with the contractor.
A representative for the Department declined to comment.
A recent GAO report on contractors found that contractors have a tendency to lie to government employees, especially regarding overtime and safety issues.
According to the GAO, subcontractors are asked to sign contracts that give them a “blanket right” to not take photos and then they are told to do them.
“The contractors who have been investigated by the GAOS have often signed such contracts in lieu of providing specific information about their work,” the GAOs report states.
“Some contractors have also engaged in other unethical practices, such to conceal or overstate the amount of work performed, and have also falsified or ignored contractual obligations.”
A number of subcontractors have been fired from their jobs for this, Anderson told ABC News.
In his opinion, it was the subcontractors who were being punished by the contractors.
“What happens when you fire somebody?
What happens if the person that’s fired goes on to have another job, and the subcontractoring company has another job?
They can do whatever they want with the work,” Anderson added.
He said that he did not think that contractors would continue to be paid if they lied about the work that they were doing.
He also said that many contractors were not working with their subcontractors because they believed that they would lose their jobs if they reported them.
In the past, Anderson said that the subcontracting company would send the subcontractees out to a location that they thought they would be able to photograph, but that they did not see it.
“You have to be pretty careful about this,” Anderson continued.
“I would just say that there’s a lot of good work that is being done by contractors that is not being reported to the Government, and it needs to be reported to those who need to be notified.”
He also added that there needs to a national standard for reporting contractors who do not work with their contractors.
It was a concern that he shared with a number, including several of his students, as he said that there were problems with contractors being paid by subcontractors.
“When we say we’re paying contractors, I think