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Justice Grant Programs: DOJ Should Do More to Reduce the Risk of Unnecessary Duplication and Enhance Program Assessment
David C. Maurer (au)
Since fiscal year 2005, approximately $33 billion has been appropriated to the Department of Justice (DOJ) for the administration of more than 200 federal financial assistance solicitations, such as grants, that support criminal justice activities at the state and local levels. This report addresses the extent to which (1) overlap exists across DOJ grant programs and if it contributes to the risk of unnecessary duplication in grant awards; (2) DOJ has taken steps to reduce overlap and the potential for unnecessary duplication in its grants awards; and (3) DOJ uses monitoring and assessment to determine grant program effectiveness and uses the results to enhance its grant programs. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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