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Learning from Iraq: A Final Report from the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR)
Stuart W. Bowen, Jr. (ed)
This report culminates the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstructionäó»s (SIGIR's) nine-year mission overseeing Iraq's reconstruction. It recapitulates what the reconstruction program accomplished and what SIGIR found in the interstices, and also captures the effects of the rebuilding program as derived from 44 interviews with the recipients (the Iraqi leadership), the executors (U.S. senior leaders), and the providers (congressional members). These interviews provide a picture of the largest stabilization and reconstruction operation ever undertaken by the U.S. (until recently overtaken by Afghanistan). The report reveals countless details about the use of more than $60 billion in taxpayer dollars to support programs and projects in Iraq. It articulates numerous lessons derived from SIGIR's 220 audits and 170 inspections and lists the varying consequences meted out from the 82 convictions achieved through SIGIRäó»s investigations. The report concludes that not enough was accomplished in Iraq for the amount of funds spent. Figures and tables.
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