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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 Jan. 30, 2014 focuses on U.S. plans to complete the withdrawal of most of its combat forces from Afghanistan by the end of this critical transition. However, the most expensive reconstruction effort ever undertaken in a single-country will continue. Achieving U.S. strategic goals in Afghanistan now rests, more than ever, on the effective use of funds appropriated to build competent Afghan security forces, foster a legitimate government, and promote economic and social development. This quarter, the President signed the Acts which push U.S. support for Afghan reconstruction past the $100 billion mark. The FY 2014 appropriation recognizes that implementing agencies still have about $14 billion in unspent funds from prior yearsäó» appropriations. The legislation is designed to better safeguard taxpayer dollars, such as by expanding the prohibition on contracting with the enemy, providing that U.S. assistance must be exempt from Afghan taxation, and establishing conditions for on-budget assistance to the Afghan government. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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