This page contains links for completed DoD OIG oversight projects related to DoD support provided to Ukraine, and to DoD operations in the U.S. European Command area of responsibility. 

Nov. 27, 2023

Project Announcement: Audit of Security and Accountability Controls for Defense Items Transferred to Ukraine through Slovakia (Project No. D2024-D000RJ-0024.000)

The objective of this audit is to determine the effectiveness and efficiency of the DoD’s security and accountability controls for U.S. defense items transferred to the Ukrainian Armed Forces through the Logistics Enabling Node in Slovakia. We may revise the objective as the audit proceeds, and we will also consider suggestions from management for additional or revised objectives. We plan to perform this audit in accordance with the Government Accountability Office’s generally accepted government auditing standards.

Nov. 17, 2023

Management Advisory: US Army Accountability of Equipment transferred to Ukraine DODIG-2024-028

This report is classified. To file a Freedom of Information Act Request, please submit a request to FOIA.gov.

Nov. 2, 2023

Management Advisory: The Protection of Sensitive Mission Data by Security Assistance Group-Ukraine and Its Subordinate Commands (DODIG-2024-002)

This report is classified. To file a Freedom of Information Act Request, please submit a request to FOIA.gov.

Oct. 26, 2023

FY 2024 Joint Strategic Oversight Plan for Operation Atlantic Resolve, Including U.S. Government Activities Related to Ukraine

FY 2024 Joint Strategic Oversight Plan for Operation Atlantic Resolve (JSOP-OAR) is the annual joint strategic oversight plan submitted to Congress by the Lead IG for OAR.  This plan complies with the oversight requirements pursuant to 5 U.S.C. § 419 of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended.  The JSOP-OAR describes the Lead IG and partner agencies’ oversight of U.S. Government activities in support of the ongoing OAR mission, including activities related to Ukraine.

Sept. 18, 2023

Audit of Army’s Oversight for Ukraine-Specific Logistics Civil Augmentation Program V Services in the U.S. European Command Area of Responsibility (DODIG-2023-117)

The objective of the audit was to determine whether the Army’s administration and oversight of the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP) V contract in the U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) area of responsibility (AOR) was performed in accordance with applicable Federal and DoD policies. This report focuses on Ukraine-specific LOGCAP V services performed at Jasionka Airport and Mielec Forward Operating Site (FOS) in Poland; however, the report also discusses some LOGCAP V services supporting enduring missions.

Sept. 13, 2023

Evaluation of Intelligence Sharing in Support of Ukraine (DODIG-2023-122)

This report contains classified information. To file a Freedom of Information Act Request, please submit a request to FOIA.gov.

Sept. 11, 2023

Evaluation of DoD Replenishment Plans for Equipment and Munitions Provided to the Government of Ukraine (DODIG-2023-099)

This report contains classified information. To file a Freedom of Information Act Request, please submit a request to FOIA.gov.

Sept. 6, 2023

Evaluation of Land-Based Security Controls for Equipment Being Transferred by Rail to Ukraine (DODIG-2023-115)

Publicly Released: September 11, 2023

The objective of this evaluation was to determine whether the DoD implemented security controls in accordance with the Defense Transportation Regulation and DoD policies for the ground movement and transfer of cargo headed to Ukraine by rail in the U.S. European Command area of responsibility.

Aug. 11, 2023

Management Advisory: U.S. European Command Security Classification Guidance for Ukraine Assistance (DODIG-2023-105)

Publicly Released: August 15, 2023

The purpose of this management advisory is to inform U.S. European Command (USEUCOM) officials responsible for security classification guidance of concerns that we identified during the performance of two oversight projects. Specifically, the USEUCOM security classification guide includes generic guidance and may not include sufficient detail for making classification decisions about the DoD’s Ukraine security assistance mission. Additionally, not all USEUCOM subordinate organizations have their own, command-specific security classification guides. As a result, we observed that personnel within multiple commands in the USEUCOM area of responsibility may not be marking documents with the appropriate level of classification.

July 20, 2023

Special Report: Lessons Learned from DoD OIG Reports to Inform the DoD’s Ukraine Response (DODIG-2023-094)

Publicly Released: July 24, 2023

On February 24, 2022, Russian forces launched an unprovoked invasion of Ukraine, a country Russia has partially occupied for 9 years. Since February 2022, the United States, allies, and partners have provided Ukraine with equipment and training to defend against Russian aggression.