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Keyword: Afghanistan

Nov. 5, 2014

Although U.S. Forces-Afghanistan Prepared Completion andSustainment Plans for Ongoing Construction Projects for U.S. Facilities, Four Construction Projects at Bagram Faced Significant Challenges

We determined whether DoD activities established a process to evaluate whether construction projects for U.S. facilities in Afghanistan should be completed or terminated. For those projects to be completed, we determined whether DoD activities had effective completion and sustainment plans.

Oct. 30, 2014

The Army Needs to Improve the Processes for Reporting Inventory Losses in Afghanistan (Redacted)

Our objective was to determine whether DoD effectively identified and reported inventory losses in Afghanistan. This audit focused on reporting inventory losses at the Redistribution Property Assistance Team (RPAT) yards in Afghanistan. This is one in a series of audits about the transfer of equipment from Afghanistan to the United States for reset and redistribution.

Sept. 4, 2014

Project Announcement: Audit of the Government of lslamic Republic of Afghanistan's Internal Controls forAsset Accountability (Project No. D2014-D000JB-0219.000)

The audit is being conducted in response to a statutory requirement. Our objective is to determine whether the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's (GIRoA) Ministries. This is report Challenges Exist for Asset Accountability and Maintenance and Sustainment of Vehicles Within the Afghan National Security Forces DODIG-2015-107.

Aug. 29, 2014

Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Needs to Provide Better Accountability and Transparency Over Direct Contributions

Our objective was to determine whether the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan’s (GIRoA) Ministries of Defense (MoD) and Interior (MoI) have controls in place to ensure a transparent and accountable fiscal process for the direct funding provided for the sustainment of the Afghan National Security Force (ANSF).

Aug. 14, 2014

Project Announcement: Audit of the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's Controls OverContracting (Project No. D2014-D000JB-0213.000)

The audit is being conducted in response to a statutory requirement. Our objective is to detetmine whether the Combined Security Transition Command-Afghanistan (CSTC-A) and the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's (GIRoA) Ministries of Defense. This is report The Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's Controls Over the ContractManagement Process for U.S. Direct Assistance Need Improvement DODIG-2015-082.

July 31, 2014

The Army Did Not Properly Account For and Manage Force Provider Equipment in Afghanistan

We determined whether DoD properly accounted for Force Provider (FP) equipment in Afghanistan. An FP module is a compilation of components that support 600 personnel.

May 19, 2014

U.S. Military and Coalition Efforts to Develop Effective and Sustainable Healthcare in Support of the Afghan National Police

The overall purpose of this project was to assess the progress of U.S. and Coalition efforts to develop effective and sustainable healthcare in support of the Afghan National Police (ANP). Specifically, we assessed whether the plans to develop effective and sustainable healthcare services for the ANP were comprehensive and implemented to meet the transition timeline. Additionally, we determined whether advisory resources were sufficient and appropriate to support the medical needs of the ANP. Finally, we assessed whether developmental efforts were on schedule and effective in ensuring there was adequate medical capability, including logistics, to provide proper medical support to ANP personnel from the point of injury to the next required level of care.

April 11, 2014

Commercial Multimodal Cargo Procedures in Dubai Were Generally Effective, but Contract Oversight Could Be Improved

This is one in a series of reports regarding U.S. Transportation Command’s (USTRANSCOM’s) support of the Afghanistan drawdown. Our objective was to determine whether effective procedures were in place to process equipment at transfer locations in Southwest Asia. We evaluated whether the security, accountability, and timeliness of commercial multimodal procedures in Dubai were effective and whether controls were in place to provide oversight of the process.

April 7, 2014

Project Announcement: Summary Report on Military Construction Projects in Afghanistan and Iraq

The objective is to summarize systematic problems specific to military construction projects in Afghanistan and Iraq, identified in audit reports issued by DoD IG, Army Audit Agency, and Air Force Audit Agency. This is report Military Construction in a Contingency Environment: Summary of Weaknesses Identified in Reports Issued From January 1, 2008, Through March 31, 2014 DODIG-2015-059.