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Operational Contract Support: Additional Actions Needed to Manage, Account for, and Vet Defense Contractors in Africa
Cary Russell (au)
Since its establishment in 2008, U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) has increased its footprint in Africa to support its mission -- building African partner capabilities and deterring threats to regional security. In tandem with AFRICOMäó»s growing footprint will be a continued reliance on contractors to support the commandäó»s operations. Accordingly, AFRICOM and subordinate commands must be able to plan for and integrate operational contract support (OCS) during operations. This report examines the extent to which AFRICOM (1) has an organizational structure in place to manage, plan for, and assess OCS; (2) accounts for contractor personnel; and (3) vets non-U.S. contractors and contractor employees. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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