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Security Assistance: Better Records Management and More Reporting Needed on Presidential Drawdowns
Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au); Zina Merritt (au)
The President has special legal authorities that allows him to direct the drawdown of defense articles, such as vehicles, food, or medical equipment, and services, such as airlift support, as well as military education and training, to provide assistance in response to an international crisis. Since 2011, there have been 13 drawdowns. The President may authorize up to $325 million each year in drawdowns. This report examines, since 2011, (1) the U.S. governmentäó»s process for planning and executing drawdowns; (2) Department of State efforts to manage records on decisions to use drawdown authorities; and (3) the status of drawdowns and Department of Defense (DOD) efforts to report to Congress on defense articles and services delivered through drawdowns to recipient countries or international organizations. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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