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Justice Grant Programs: DOJ Could Improve Decision-Making Documentation and Better Assess Results of DNA Backlog Reduction Program Funds
Michele Mackin (au)
Since 2008, Congress has appropriated more than $100 million each year to the Dept. of Justice (DOJ) that may be used, among other things, to reduce DNA backlogs and enhance crime laboratory capacity. The Nat. Institute of Justice (NIJ), within DOJ, is responsible for, among other things, providing awards for DNA analysis and forensic activities. NIJäó»s DNA Backlog Reduction Program was established to provide grants to state and local governments with the intent, in part, of reducing the backlog of DNA samples. This report addresses (1) how NIJ) has allocated its DNA and forensic program appropriation over the past 5 fiscal years; (2) the extent that NIJ has a process to determine its funding priorities for its DNA and forensic program appropriation; and (3) the extent that NIJ verifies data on grant results submitted by grantees and measures the outcomes of the DNA Backlog Reduction Program. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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