Lincoln Group Awarded Strategic Communication Contract

The Lincoln Group, the firm that was in the news last year for heading a controversial U.S. Special Operations Command program to pay Iraqi print media for the placement of ghost-written opinion pieces, is back in the news. It seems the firm has been awarded a $6 million-plus (correction: it’s $12 million-plus, according to MNF-I) contract to conduct “strategic communication management services” on behalf of Multi-National Forces Iraq. The contract announcement doesn’t offer much detail. The Lincoln Group isn’t really talking either. “Lincoln Group is proud to be trusted to assist the multinational forces in Iraq with communicating news about […]

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