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United Nations: Lessons Learned from Oil for Food Program Indicate the Need to Strengthen U.N. Internal Controls and Oversight Activities
In 1996, the UN Security Council & Iraq began the

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By Joseph A. Christoff (au)
Year: 2006
Pages: 70
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422307034

In 1996, the UN Security Council & Iraq began the Oil for Food program to address Iraq’s humanitarian situation after sanctions were imposed in 1990. More than $67 billion in oil revenue was obtained through the program, with $31 billion in humanitarian assistance delivered to Iraq. The 2005 Defense Authorization Act mandated that there be a review of the Oil for Food program. This report reviewed how the UN adhered to 5 key internal control standards in its stewardship of the program. This report assessed: (1) the program’s control environment & (2) key elements of the other internal control standards. Also reports on the UN Compensation Commission’s progress in paying reparations from Iraq’s invasion of Kuwait. Charts & tables.

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