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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR): Quarterly Report to the United States Congress
John F. Sopko (ed)
This quarterly report for July 30, 2013 on the status of the U.S.-funded reconstruction effort in Afghanistan issued by the Special Inspector Gen. for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) shows that with a renewed dedication to the critical oversight mission in Afghanistan, SIGAR had the most productive quarter since Congress created the agency in 2008. More than 30 audits, inspections, alert letters, and other reports were issued. SIGAR maintains the largest international oversight force in Afghanistan because there is no substitute for in-person oversight of U.S.-funded reconstruction programs; that is the best way to protect the approximately $20 billion of reconstructon funding that has yet to be disbursed. Contents of this report: Contract Oversight; SIGAR Oversight Activities; Reconstruction Update; Other Agency Oversight. Figures and tables.
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