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Iraq and Afghanistan: State and DOD Should Ensure Interagency Acquisitions Are Effectively Managed and Comply with Fiscal Law
John P. Hutton (au)
The Dept. of State has taken on unprecedented responsibilities in Iraq and Afghanistan. In doing so, it has relied heavily on contractors. For some critical goods and services, such as fuel, security, and basic support like dining and laundry services, State turned to the Dept. of Defense (DOD) to acquire the goods and services on its behalf through interagency acquisitions. Because of the risks associated with assisted interagency acquisitions, agencies need to carefully consider whether their use is a sound business decision and formally document roles and responsibilities in interagency agreements. To better understand how State is managing its responsibilities in Iraq and Afghanistan, this report evaluated (1) the nature and extent of Stateńˇ╗s reliance on DOD for the acquisition of critical goods and services; (2) factors that contributed to this reliance; and (3) whether State and DOD are making and implementing decisions regarding this reliance consistent with regulation and guidance. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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