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Operational Contract Support: Management and Oversight Improvements Needed in Afghanistan
Cary B. Russell (au)
In FY 2011, the DoD reported obligating over $16 billion for contracts that were executed primarily in Afghanistan. Previous reports have identified the need for DoD to improve its oversight of contractors by non-acquisition personnel, such as contracting officer's representatives (CORs). CORs act as the liaisons between the contractor, the contracting officer, and the unit receiving support. This report determined the extent to which: (1) DoDäó»s required training prepares CORs to perform their contract management and oversight duties; (2) CORs have the subject area-related technical expertise needed to oversee contracts; and (3) the number of CORs is sufficient to oversee the contracts in Afghanistan. Illustrations. This is a print on demand report.
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