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Fiscal Year 2011 Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund Projects Are behind Schedule and Lack Adequate Sustainment Plans
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John F. Sopko (ed)
In the FY 2011 National Defense Authorization Act, Congress created the Afghanistan Infrastructure Project (AIP) to allow the Depts. of Defense (DOD) and State (State) to combine resources to develop and carry out infrastructure projects in Afghanistan that are explicitly linked to the U.S. counterinsurgency (COIN) effort. The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) is the implementing agency for State, and U.S. Forces-Afghanistan (USFOR-A) is the implementing agency for DOD.USAID executes its projects through contracts, while USFOR-A executes projects through contracts managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE). Legislative provisions related to AIP require implementing agencies to show how they will sustain projects and report to Congress before and after obligating, disbursing, or transferring funds for AIP projects. This report determines the extent to which (1) AIF-funded projects were implemented on schedule and achieving planned COIN effects; (2) DOD, State, and USAID addressed project sustainment costs and other sustainment challenges; and (3) agencies coordinated and jointly managed AIP. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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