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The report states that overlap exists among the mandates of the four Offices of Inspector General that conduct and report on oversight activities for U.S. operations in Afghanistan.

Report For: 
2017
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Issued by: 
INSPECTORS GENERAL
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on: 
Tue, 11/21/2017

Direct Overt U.S. Aid Appropriations for and Military Reimbursements to Pakistan was prepared by the Congressional Research Service for distribution to multiple congressional offices and provides dollar figures for overall U.S. foreign assistance to government of Pakistan.

Country: 
Pakistan
Program: 
Foreign Military Financing
International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement
International Military Education and Training
Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining, and Related Programs
Coalition Support Funds
Pakistan Counterinsurgency Capability Fund
Economic Support Fund
Migration and Refugee Assistance
Development Assistance
Report For: 
2002-2018
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Wed, 09/06/2017
Report For: 
2002-2017
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Wed, 04/12/2017
Report For: 
2002-2017
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Wed, 02/24/2016
Report For: 
2002-2016
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Tue, 02/10/2015
Report For: 
2002-2009
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Thu, 10/16/2008

This report provides an overview of Jordanian politics and current issues in U.S.-Jordanian relations. It provides a brief discussion of Jordan’s government and economy and of its cooperation with U.S. policy objectives in the Middle East, including the promotion of ArabIsraeli peace.

Country: 
Jordan
Program: 
Foreign Military Financing
Economic Support Fund
Report For: 
2017
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Thu, 06/01/2017
Report For: 
2016
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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on: 
Wed, 01/27/2016
Report For: 
2014
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Due Date: 
Tue, 12/02/2014
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Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
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Not yet submitted

This is a breakdown of the budget activity of the Overseas Contigency Operations at the Defense Security Cooperation Agency

Country: 
Global
Program: 
Ukraine Security Assistance Initiative
Security Cooperation Programs
Coalition Support Funds
Ministry of Defense Advisors Program
Global Lift and Sustain
European Reassurance Initiative
Report For: 
2016, 2017, 2018
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
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on: 
Tue, 05/30/2017
Report For: 
2015, 2016, 2017
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
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on: 
Mon, 05/30/2016
Report For: 
2014, 2015, 2016
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Sat, 05/30/2015
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
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on: 
Wed, 05/30/2012
Report For: 
2010, 2011, 2012
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
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on: 
Mon, 05/30/2011
Report For: 
2009, 2010, 2011
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on: 
Sun, 05/30/2010
Report For: 
2008, 2009, 2010
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
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on: 
Sat, 05/30/2009

This budget continues and expands projects under the President’s European Reassurance Initiative (ERI), which was originally proposed by the President in Warsaw on June 3, 2014. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2017 Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget request funds ERI efforts started in FY 2015 and FY 2016 to reassure North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Allies and partners of the U.S. commitment to their security and territorial integrity. Funds provide near-term flexibility and responsiveness to the evolving concerns of U.S. allies and partners in Europe, particularly Central and Eastern Europe, and increase the capability and readiness of U.S. allies and partners.

Country: 
Europe and Eurasia Regional
Program: 
European Reassurance Initiative
Report For: 
2016, 2017, 2018
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
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on: 
Tue, 05/30/2017
Report For: 
2015, 2016, 2017
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Thu, 02/11/2016

An overview of several Defense Department security cooperation programs managed by DSCA.

Program: 
Non-Security Assistance - Unified Command
Section 1206 Train and Equip Authority
Regional Centers for Security Studies
Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program
Defense Institution Reform Initiative
Report For: 
2016, 2017, 2018
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Tue, 05/30/2017
Report For: 
2015, 2016, 2017
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Mon, 02/29/2016
Report For: 
2014, 2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Sat, 02/28/2015
Report For: 
2013, 2014, 2015
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Sat, 03/01/2014
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Wed, 02/01/2012
Report For: 
2010, 2011, 2012
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Tue, 02/01/2011
Report For: 
2009, 2010, 2011
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Mon, 02/01/2010
Report For: 
2008, 2009, 2010
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Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Fri, 05/01/2009
Report For: 
2007, 2008, 2009
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Fri, 02/01/2008
Report For: 
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Defense Security Cooperation Agency
|
on: 
Thu, 02/01/2007

The Overview Book has been published as part of the President’s Annual Defense Budget for the past few years. From FY 1969 to FY 2005, OSD published the “Annual Defense Report” (ADR) to meet 10 USC Section 113 requirements. Subsequently, the Overview began to fill this role. The Overview is one part of an extensive set of materials that constitute the presentation and justification of the President’s Budget for FY 2018.

Country: 
Global
Report For: 
2016, 2017, 2018
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Tue, 05/23/2017

This report provides a summary of SIGAR’s oversight work and an update on developments in the three major sectors of Afghanistan’s reconstruction effort. 

Country: 
Afghanistan
Program: 
Afghanistan Freedom Support Act
Afghanistan Infrastructure Fund
Afghanistan Security Forces Fund
Task Force for Business and Stability Operations
Commander's Emergency Response Program
Transition Initiatives
International Disaster Assistance
Section 1004 Counter-Drug Assistance
Report For: 
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
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on: 
Mon, 01/30/2017
Report For: 
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sun, 10/30/2016
Report For: 
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 07/30/2016
Report For: 
2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 04/30/2016
Report For: 
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 01/30/2016
Report For: 
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Fri, 10/30/2015
Report For: 
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 07/30/2015
Report For: 
2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 04/30/2015
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
|
Due Date: 
Fri, 01/30/2015
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 01/29/2015
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 10/30/2014
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 10/30/2014
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
|
Due Date: 
Wed, 07/30/2014
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Wed, 07/30/2014
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
|
Due Date: 
Wed, 04/30/2014
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Wed, 04/30/2014
Report For: 
2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 01/30/2014
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 01/30/2014
Report For: 
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
|
Due Date: 
Wed, 10/30/2013
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Wed, 10/30/2013
Report For: 
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
|
Due Date: 
Tue, 07/30/2013
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Tue, 07/30/2013
Report For: 
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
|
Due Date: 
Tue, 04/30/2013
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Tue, 04/30/2013
Report For: 
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013
|
Due Date: 
Wed, 01/30/2013
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
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on: 
Wed, 01/30/2013
Report For: 
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
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Due Date: 
Tue, 10/30/2012
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Tue, 10/30/2012
Report For: 
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
|
Due Date: 
Mon, 07/30/2012
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Mon, 07/30/2012
Report For: 
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
|
Due Date: 
Mon, 04/30/2012
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
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on: 
Mon, 04/30/2012
Report For: 
2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
|
Due Date: 
Mon, 01/30/2012
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Mon, 01/30/2012
Report For: 
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 10/20/2011
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 10/20/2011
Report For: 
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
|
Due Date: 
Sat, 07/30/2011
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 07/30/2011
Report For: 
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
|
Due Date: 
Sat, 04/30/2011
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 04/30/2011
Report For: 
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011
|
Due Date: 
Sun, 01/30/2011
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sun, 01/30/2011
Report For: 
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
|
Due Date: 
Sat, 10/30/2010
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Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 10/30/2010
Report For: 
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
|
Due Date: 
Fri, 07/30/2010
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Fri, 07/30/2010
Report For: 
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
|
Due Date: 
Fri, 04/30/2010
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Fri, 04/30/2010
Report For: 
2007, 2008, 2009, 2010
|
Due Date: 
Sat, 01/30/2010
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Sat, 01/30/2010
Report For: 
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
|
Due Date: 
Fri, 10/30/2009
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Fri, 10/30/2009
Report For: 
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 07/30/2009
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 07/30/2009
Report For: 
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 04/30/2009
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Thu, 04/30/2009
Report For: 
2006, 2007, 2008, 2009
|
Due Date: 
Fri, 01/30/2009
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
|
on: 
Fri, 01/30/2009
Report For: 
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 10/30/2008
|
Issued by: 
Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction
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on: 
Thu, 10/30/2008

The State Partnership Program (SPP) is a joint Department of Defense (DoD) security cooperation program, managed and administered by the National Guard Bureau (NGB), guided by Department of State (DoS) foreign policy goals, executed and coordinated by the geographic combatant commands (CCMDs), with personnel sourced by the National Guard (NG). The SPP supports the security cooperation goals of the geographic Combatant Commander (GCC) and the U.S. Chief of Mission (CoM) for the partner nation (PN).

This report is required by section 1205 of the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2014 (Public Law 113-66), as amended. 

Report For: 
2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
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on: 
Wed, 12/14/2016

President Obama has asked Congress to consider Fiscal Year 2017 Budget amendments for national security activities at the Department of Defense (DOD) , the Department of State (State), and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to fund Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) . These amendments would provide $5.8 billion for DOD OCO activities to support the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces, and to degrade and ultimately defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), including through military operations as part of Operation Inherent Resolve. For State and USAID, a total of $5.8 billion would support the Administration's counter-ISIL and counterterrorism objectives, including the efforts to implement the diplomatic engagement, governance, and stabilization components of my Administration's counter-ISIL strategy, strengthen embassy security, and respond to relief and recovery needs, as well as provide additional humanitarian assistance for areas liberated from ISIL and other unforeseen needs. 

Country: 
Iraq
Syria
Libya
Yemen
Middle East and North Africa Regional
Afghanistan
Niger
Sudan
Cameroon
Chad
Program: 
Afghanistan Security Forces Fund
Iraq Train and Equip Fund
Peacekeeping Operations
Economic Support Fund
Nonproliferation, Anti-Terrorism, Demining, and Related Programs
International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement
Migration and Refugee Assistance
Transition Initiatives
International Disaster Assistance
Report For: 
2017
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Issued by: 
The White House
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on: 
Thu, 11/10/2016

Report on Department of Defense (DoD) programs that provide training, equipment, or other assistance or reimbursement to foreign security forces during fiscal years 2014 and 2015.  A biennial report, as required by Section 1211(a) of the Fiscal Year 2015 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), this first iteration and/or supporting referenced documents is available electronically upon request.

Country: 
Global
Report For: 
2014, 2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Mon, 08/01/2016

Congressional Research Service report on Honduras' background and its relations with the U.S.

Country: 
Honduras
Program: 
Development Assistance
International Military Education and Training
Foreign Military Financing
Section 1004 Counter-Drug Assistance
Report For: 
2015, 2016, 2017
|
Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
|
on: 
Mon, 05/23/2016
Report For: 
2014, 2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
Congressional Research Service
|
on: 
Wed, 05/20/2015

This Government Accountability Office (GAO) report provides detailed information and accounting for the Section 1206 Train and Equip program for FY 2015, as well as the new Counterterrorism Partnerships Fund and European Reassurance Initiative, which are transferred through the Section 1206 account.

Country: 
Ethiopia
Kenya
Tunisia
Uganda
Jordan
Estonia
Latvia
Lithuania
Ukraine
Cameroon
Niger
Djibouti
Lebanon
Yemen
Chad
Iraq
Program: 
Section 1206 Train and Equip Authority
Counterterrorism Partnerships Fund
European Reassurance Initiative
Report For: 
2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Government Accountability Office
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on: 
Wed, 04/20/2016

The Government Accountability Office released a report analyzing the Emergency Drawdowns program and found that better records management and reporting is needed.

Country: 
Libya
Chad
France
Mali
Syria
Central African Republic
Niger
Iraq
Ukraine
Benin
Cameroon
Nigeria
Program: 
Emergency Drawdowns
Report For: 
2011-2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Government Accountability Office
|
on: 
Thu, 04/14/2016
The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) poses a clear threat to our National Interests, the people of Iraq and Syria, and ultimately, if 
unchecked, a growing threat to the region and U.S. homeland. Earlier this year, ISIL expanded its reach into large sections of Iraq resulting in 
the collapse of Iraq security forces in Western Iraq. Together with our Coalition partners, we provided material support and airstrikes to 
counter ISIL’s advances and provide time and space for Iraq government reforms. The U.S., Coalition, and Government of Iraq (GoI) 
military actions collectively prevented further large scale humanitarian catastrophes and mass atrocities.
 
Currently, the Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) and affiliated Kurdish Security Forces have stemmed the ISIL advance and stopped or reversed 
encroachment on Baghdad. Iraqi and Kurdish forces have begun to retake territory threatened or captured by the ISIL with the aid of U.S. 
and Coalition air strikes; however, to successfully take major offensive operations, Iraq requires assistance to counter the ISIL threat.
The initial setbacks and subsequent losses absorbed by the ISF have resulted in a critical requirement to rebuild ISF capabilities to conduct 
offensive operations to liberate ISIL-held territory. Based on the U.S. assessment and in support of the GoI counter ISIL plan, the 
requirement to resource ISF counter-offensive capabilities includes building three Iraqi Army Divisions (9 Brigades), three Kurdish Brigades, 
and an initial Tribal Force that could serve as the basis for developing an Iraqi National Guard (ING) . This effort is focused on critical 
ground forces needed to degrade and ultimately defeat ISIL in Iraq, secure its national borders, and prevent ISIL from developing safe havens 
from which they can threaten and destabilize the region.
Country: 
Iraq
Program: 
Iraq Train and Equip Fund
Report For: 
2016, 2017
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Tue, 02/09/2016
Report For: 
2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Sun, 03/01/2015
Report For: 
2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Thu, 11/20/2014

The United States Government (USG) strategy to counter the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), also known as Daesh, directs the Department of Defense (DoD) and the U.S. Central Command (USCENTCOM) to conduct a campaign to degrade, dismantle, and ultimately defeat Daesh. One of the keys to successfully countering Daesh is training, equipping, and sustaining Vetted Syrian Opposition (VSO) forces. The FY 2017 STEF budget request provides the resources necessary to train, equip, and sustain VSO forces currently engaged in military operations while training additional forces in FY2017. The Special Operations Joint Task ForceOperation Inherent Resolve (SOJTF-OIR) requires flexibility in the training program due to many variables, including the identification of select Moderate Syrian Opposition (MSO) forces that request and gain approval as VSO and the potential for expansion in the training program given site capacity and throughput. We expect training to evolve in terms of duration, size, and course program of instruction (POI) syllabus. Training courses will be tailored to train specific skills and capabilities. Training will be scalable and tailored based on experience, competence and potential of individuals and size of teams. The Train & Equip program supports current objectives to degrade and counter Daesh, enable the security of Syria, and support the defense of the United States and Partner Nations (PN). To accomplish U.S. military objectives, VSO should be appropriately, trained, and supplied with weapons, ammunition, equipment, and sustainment to gain and maintain dominance on the battlefield. DoD supports the VSO development into a legitimate and effective force by creating increased capability to effectively defeat Daesh in the Combined Joint Operations Area (CJOA). Simultaneously, DoD must recruit, vet, train, and equip additional Syrians of different sects and ethnic groups of the Syrian population to enable them to engage Daesh across the Syrian battlespace. The expansion of support to forces already fielded and engaged against Daesh inside Syria necessitates a transition from U.S. to Former Soviet Bloc (FSB) weapons and ammunition because these groups currently operate FSB weapons.

Country: 
Syria
Program: 
Syria Train and Equip Fund
Report For: 
2017
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Tue, 02/09/2016

The Counterterrorism Partnership Fund is a new initiative first announced by President Barack Obama in 2014 at the Naval Academy. His initial request was for $5 billion split between the Department of Defense and the State Department. Congress has failed to provide the full request each year, but has continued to provide significant funds toward the new program. This report is produced by the Department of Defense and provides information on the Defense Departments request for the program.

Country: 
Global
Program: 
Counterterrorism Partnerships Fund
Report For: 
2016, 2017
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Tue, 02/09/2016
Report For: 
2015, 2016
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Thu, 03/10/2016

This report is a quarterly report to Congress released by the Department of Defense on the Coalition Support Funds program that reimburses foreign countries for their participation in foreign U.S. military operations.

Country: 
Global
Program: 
Coalition Support Funds
Report For: 
2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Fri, 01/22/2016

 GAO was asked to review U.S. support to the governments of Belize, Guatemala, and Mexico to stem firearms trafficking across their shared border. This report examines, for these three countries, (1) the activities undertaken by U.S. agencies to build partner capacity to combat firearms trafficking and the extent to which they considered key factors in selecting the activities and (2) progress the United States has made in building such capacity. GAO analyzed program documentation and conducted interviews with U.S., Belizean, Guatemalan, and Mexican officials. To examine progress, GAO selected a nongeneralizable sample of eight key activities based on a number of factors, including whether the activity addressed firearms trafficking.

Country: 
South America Regional
Report For: 
2010-2014
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Government Accountability Office
|
on: 
Wed, 01/13/2016

For the Defense Department's Counter-Terrorism Fellowship Program, this report must provide a complete accounting of the expenditure of appropriated funds, a description of training courses, an assessment of the program's effectiveness, and a discussion of actions taken to improve it.

Program: 
Combating Terrorism Fellowship Program
Categories: 
Report For: 
2015
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
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on: 
Tue, 11/17/2015
Report For: 
2014
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Fri, 11/21/2014
Report For: 
2013
|
Due Date: 
Sun, 12/01/2013
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Sun, 12/01/2013
Report For: 
2012
|
Due Date: 
Sat, 12/01/2012
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Sat, 12/01/2012
Report For: 
2011
|
Due Date: 
Thu, 12/01/2011
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Thu, 12/01/2011
Report For: 
2010
|
Due Date: 
Wed, 12/01/2010
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Wed, 12/01/2010
Report For: 
2009
|
Due Date: 
Tue, 12/01/2009
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Tue, 12/01/2009
Report For: 
2008
|
Due Date: 
Mon, 12/01/2008
|
Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Mon, 12/01/2008
Report For: 
2007
|
Due Date: 
Sat, 12/01/2007
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Sat, 12/01/2007
Report For: 
2006
|
Due Date: 
Fri, 12/01/2006
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Fri, 12/01/2006
Report For: 
2005
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Sat, 01/01/2005
Report For: 
2004
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Issued by: 
U.S. Department of Defense
|
on: 
Thu, 01/01/2004

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