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Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) has asked US Transportation Command boss Air Force Gen. Paul Selva to provide additional information regarding the decision to continue using International Auto Logistics to ship service members cars overseas for deployments despite an on-time delivery rate that plummeted as low as 20 percent last summer. “Since this problem emerged, I have worked with you and your staff to assist several hundred service members locate their cars when they could not get accurate information from the contractor,” wrote Warner in the Feb. 20 letter to TRANSCOM. “I do not believe it should be TRANSCOM’s, or a US Senator’s job, to do the work for a contractor who is getting paid by the taxpayers to provide a service.” Specifically, Warner wants to know what steps the company has taken to improve performance and why Selva thinks the new plan will be successful.