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Feb. 17, 2016

U.S. Army Central Did Not Implement Controls to Effectively Manage the Shared Cost of Administrative Support Functions in Iraq

Our objective was to determine whether DoD developed controls to effectively manage the shared costs of administrative support functions in Iraq. This audit relates to Operation Inherent Resolve, an overseas contingency operation, and was completed in accordance with the OIG’s responsibilities described in Section 8L of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.

Feb. 16, 2016

Defense Logistics Agency Did Not Appropriately Determine Fair and Reasonable Prices for F108 Engine Sole-Source Commercial Parts (For Official Use Only)

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Feb. 8, 2016

DoD Could Save Millions in Profit Paid to Contractors in DoD Depot Labor (Redacted)

Our objective was to determine if depot labor profit was being effectively negotiated on contracts using public-private partnerships at the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (depot). We nonstatistically selected 3 of the 33 partnerships and associated contracts at the depot to review.

Feb. 3, 2016

U.S. TRANSCOM Needs Further Improvements to Address Performance Concerns Over the Global Privately Owned Vehicle Contract III

We conducted this audit in response to a Congressional request concerning the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) Global Privately Owned Vehicle Contract (GPC) III (HTC711-14-D-R025). Our objective was to determine whether USTRANSCOM contracting personnel incorporated adequate controls to properly monitor contractor performance and to address performance concerns on the GPC III.

Jan. 29, 2016

Air Force Officials Did Not Consistently Comply With Requirements for Assessing Contractor Performance

We determined whether Air Force officials completed comprehensive and timely contractor performance assessment reports (PARs) for nonsystems contracts as required by Federal and DoD policies.

Jan. 20, 2016

Controls Over Ministry of Interior Fuel Contracts Could Be Improved (Redacted)

Our objective was to determine whether the Combined Security Transition Command–Afghanistan (CSTC–A) and the Afghanistan Ministry of Interior (MoI) have established effective controls for oversight of MoI fuel contracts.

Dec. 28, 2015

DoD Needs an Effective Process to Identify Cloud Computing Service Contracts

Our objective was to determine whether selected DoD Components performed a cost-benefit analysis before acquiring cloud computing services. In addition, we were to identify whether those DoD Components achieved actual savings as a result of adopting cloud services.