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Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistanäó»s Controls over the Contract Management Process for U.S. Direct Assistance Need Improvement
Michael J. Roark (ed)
This report examined whether the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and the Government of Islamic Republic of the Afghanistanäó»s (GIRoAäó»s) Ministries of Defense and Interior (MoD and MoI) have established effective controls over the contract management process. It found that they did not have effective controls over the contract management process for U.S. direct assistance funding provided to sustain the Afghan National Security forces. The ministries did not adequately develop, award, execute, or monitor contracts funded with U.S. direct assistance. The report recommends that the Commander, Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan, use the ministerial advisory contract to place subject matter experts within the ministries to develop and increase the capacity to independently develop, award, execute, and monitor these contracts. This is a print on demand report.
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