New Breed Moving Corporation requested a review of its treatment at the hands of the General Services Administration (GSA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The requestor claimed that: (1) it was overwhelmed with notices of overcharge by GSA; (2) all bills for a 3-year period were audited by GSA; and (3) most, if not all, carrier business with FAA was eliminated. No evidence was found to substantiate the above allegations. However, it was noted that New Breed was given shipments for which it did not have commodity or territorial authority. These shipments should not have been tendered by FAA nor accepted by New Breed.
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