“Gibbco LLC got a $74 million award to build mobile homes for Hurricane Harvey victims. Gibbco’s only public presence is a GoDaddy website, which lists neither a phone number, an email address, nor information about who runs the company. According to a contract database run by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Gibbco has five employees and annual revenue of $200,000; the address listed as its headquarters belongs to a house in a residential neighborhood in Longwood, Fla.” Bloomberg: FEMA Is Spending Billions, and Some Questionable Companies Are Getting Work.

+ “Walking through the walled neighborhood of Old San Juan, the island’s main tourist attraction, I see police officers installing floodlights in a central square and then flipping on a shiny new generator. One of the officers tells me he’ll be there all night to keep an eye on the equipment. ‘It would otherwise be gone by morning,’ he says, shrugging.” Vox: Darkness: life in Puerto Rico without electricity.

+ WaPo: Many Trump voters who got hurricane relief in Texas aren’t sure Puerto Ricans should.