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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR): Quarterly Report to the U.S. Congress
Steven J. Trent (ed)
Going forward, two developments will have a direct impact on the reconstruction effort: the Presidentäó»s reduced budget request for FY 2013 and the transition of private security services to the new Afghan Public Protection Force (APPF). The APPF began assuming responsibility for providing security for development projects during this reporting period. There are a number of concerns about the transition to the APPF, including the potential for rising costs and the possible disruption or termination of reconstruction projects if the APPF cannot provide the required security. Nearly 30% of SIGARäó»s investigations involve public corruption and bribery. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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