Halliburton admitted that two of its KBR employees accepted $6.3 million in kickbacks from a Kuwaiti-based subcontractor. Halliburton's internal audit revealed that employees accepted kickbacks in exchange for providing Army supply contracts to the subcontractor. The company repaid the $6.3 million to the Army Materiel Command in January 2004 and fired the employees involved. The kickbacks only involved KBR's Army supply business under its LOGCAP contract with the U.S. government and are unrelated to the company's other government contracts. The Bush administration subsequently ignored the kickbacks and gave Halliburton another contract worth $1.2 billion. Republican Congressman and Chairman of the House Committee on Government Reform, Tom Davis, said, "It's incomprehensible that the [Bush] Administration could give Halliburton another billion-dollar contract without fully investigating such serious criminal wrongdoing."