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Limited-Scope Audit of Department of State Management of the Afghanistan Civilian Uplift
Harold W. Geisel (ed)
The U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan introduced in 2009 focused in disrupting, dismantling, and defeating al-Qaeda and denying access to safe havens. A key element of this strategy has been the expansion of civilian-led efforts aimed at building Afghanistan governing capacity at all levels; improving the rule of law; and initiating sustainable economic growth, primarily through agricultural development. A significant increase, or äóìuplift,äó in U.S. civilian employees deployed to Afghanistan is intended to support this effort. A Sept. 2011 audit report determined that approx $2 billion had been expended on äóìcivilian upliftäó efforts since the upliftäó»s inception in Jan. 2009 and that the State Dept. (State) should strengthen its oversight of funds transferred to other agencies. Other issues were identified, and so this audit review was conducted to determine the effectiveness of Stateäó»s accounting, management, and reporting of Afghanistan civiian uplift costs; State controls over funds; and management controls over Stateäó»s Afghanistan civilian staffing complement. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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