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Drug Control: Better Coordination with the Dept. of Homeland Security and an Updated Accountability Framework Can Enhance DEA’s Efforts to Meet Post-9/11 Responsibilities
Eileen Larence (au)
Given the global context of the war on drugs — coupled with growing recognition since 9/11, of the nexus between drug trafficking and terrorism — the mission of the Drug Enforcement Admin. (DEA) and efforts to forge effective interagency partnerships and coordination are increasingly important. This report examines, in the context of the post-9/11 environment, DEA’s: (1) priorities; (2) interagency partnerships and coordination mechanisms; and (3) strategic plan and performance measures. The auditor reviewed DEA policy, planning, and budget documents and visited 7 of DEA’s 21 domestic field offices and 3 of its 7 regional offices abroad — sites selected to reflect diverse drug-trafficking threats. Illus.
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