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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR): Quarterly Report to the U.S. Congress
John F. Sopko (ed)
This is the 18th quarterly report on the status of the U.S.-funded reconstruction effort in Afghanistan issued by the Special Inspector Gen. for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR). It is issued at a critical juncture, two years before the U.S. military will have ended its combat mission in Afghanistan, a new Afghan president will have been elected, and security responsibilities will have been transferred to the Afghan government. The Congress has appropriated nearly $89 billion to rebuild Afghanistan -- more than the U.S. has ever spent on the reconstruction of any other nation. Of the nearly $13.8 billion appropriated to four of the largest reconstruction funds for FY 2012, about $8.6 billion remains to be obligated. As this report shows, SIGAR has been examining what we have learned about Afghan reconstruction and how our work can ensure that these remaining funds are used wisely. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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