Quality Verificationof Contractor Work in Iraq

Moon, Gregory D.
September 2010
Engineer;Sep-Dec2010, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p29
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the initiation of quality verification (QV) of contractor work by U.S. army engineers in Iraq. It notes that the move is part of the civil-military operations in the nation which enables the government to check on rebuilding projects and determine whether the progress is satisfactory. Information about the QV operation which include the project selection, inspection process and the equipments needed is also presented.


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