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Report | June 24, 2024

Evaluation of the DoD’s Accountability of Lost or Destroyed Defense Articles Provided to Ukraine Requiring Enhanced End Use Monitoring (Report No. DODIG‑2024‑097)


The objective of this evaluation was to determine whether the U.S. European Command’s (USEUCOM) Office of Defense Cooperation (ODC)–Ukraine obtained complete loss reports for enhanced end‑use monitoring (EEUM)‑designated defense articles provided to the Ukrainian Armed Forces (UAF) in a timely manner.

The purpose of the DoD’s EEUM program is to safeguard defense articles that require additional layers of verification and protections. The Defense Security Cooperation Agency Security Assistance Management Manual and the EEUM Concept of Operation detail the requirements for partner nations to provide reports to the Security Cooperation Organization, identifying the loss or destruction of EEUM‑designated defense articles, for entry in the Security Cooperation Information Portal–End‑Use Monitoring database. Personnel from the ODC‑Ukraine, as the Security Cooperation Organization in Ukraine, and the Defense Security Cooperation Agency also provide these loss reports to the Department of State for review to identify any potential indicators of illicit diversion or misuse. USEUCOM supports the Defense Security Cooperation Agency and oversees the ODC‑Ukraine to ensure compliance with the DoD’s EEUM policy.