WASHINGTON The Government Accountability Office said Tuesday that it has opened an investigation into potential contract abuses by foodservice management companies involved with the National School Lunch Program. Kate Brown, a spokeswoman for the congressional watchdog agency, said the probe extends to “any company that contracts with school food authorities,” but she declined to name the concerns.“They all would be subject to the review we’re doing,” she said. “Whenever we have ...

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