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Building Partner Capacity: State Department and DOD Need to Define Time Frames to Guide and Track Global Security Contingency Fund Projects
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au); John H. Pendleton (au)
As instability abroad threatens U.S. and foreign partnersäó» interests, the U.S. has emphasized the importance of building partner capacity to address emerging threats. Congress established the Global Security Contingency Fund (GSCF) in FY 2012, which allows the Departments of State (State) and Defense (DOD) to pool funds and expertise to address near- to mid-term needs for training, equipping, and enhancing foreign security forces. State and DOD jointly administer GSCF and are required to notify Congress of their intent to transfer funds and initiate GSCF activities before starting project execution. This report (1) describes processes State and DOD have developed to manage the program; (2) describes the status of GSCF projects; and (3) assesses the extent to which State and DOD have clearly defined time frames for GSCF projects. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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