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Rebuilding Iraq: DoD and State Department Have Improved Oversight and Coordination of Private Security Contractors in Iraq, but Further Actions are Needed
William L. Solis (au)
The U.S. government relies extensively on private security contractors (PSC) for a variety of security services. However, incidents involving PSCs have raised concerns about oversight and legal accountability. This review examined the extent to which the Dept. of Defense (DoD) and Dept. of State have strengthened: (1) oversight; and (2) coordination of PSC’s in Iraq. This report also provides information on the legal framework used to hold private security contractor employees legally accountable for their actions in Iraq. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables.
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