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Challenges Exist for Asset Accountability and Maintenance and Sustainment of Vehicles Within the Afghan National Security Forces
Lorin T. Venable (ed)
The objective of this report was to determine whether the combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistanäó»s (GIRoA) Ministries of Defense and Interior have controls in place to effectively manage asset accountability for vehicles and buildings. Specifically, it evaluated the adequacy of the policies and procedures that: verified the existence of the donated assets; forecasted maintenance and replacement operations requirements; and identified requirements for asset replenishment. The report found that CSTC-A, MoD, and MoI did not have controls in place to effectively manage the approx. 95,000 vehicles procured by the U.S. Dept. of Defense (DOD) for Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) since 2005. Also, advisors were not confident that ANSF could effectively take over maintenance and sustainment of these vehicles. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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