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Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR): Quarterly Report to the United States Congress
John F. Sopko (ed)
This quarterly report for October 30, 2013 on the status of the U.S.-funded reconstruction effort in Afghanistan issued by the Special Inspector Gen. for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) shows that in this difficult environment, law enforcement plays a particularly crucial role in combating corruption and protecting the nearly $100Śćbillion U.S. investment in building Afghan security forces, fostering democracy, and encouraging economic development. As the U.S. and Coalition troop drawdown proceeds, the U.S. Embassy Kabul is also trimming the civilian presence in the country. Other federal law-enforcement agencies are reducing or completely withdrawing their agents from Afghanistan, but SIGAR maintains a robust law enforcement presence in Afghanistan. The reduced presence of other agencies increases SIGARäó»s responsibility to root out and deter criminal activity related to Afghan reconstruction appropriated monies spent in Afghanistan, and to protect future funding from waste, fraud, and abuse. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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