Resources - Official Reports
An assessment and strategic guidance, based on a Defense Policy Board review, ``of the efforts of the Department of Defense to build the capacity of, and partner with, foreign military forces in support of national defense and security strategies.``
Detailing Defense Department Joint Task Forces with counter-drug responsibilities` support for law enforcement in counter-terrorism contexts.
Each report is a compilation of all Foreign Military Sales notifications listed on the Defense Security Cooperation Agency website for the given year.
Detailing ``the distribution to certain foreign personnel of education and training materials and information technology to enhance military interoperability with the armed forces``
Detailing ``agreements with the government of an ally of the United States or another friendly foreign country for the exchange of military and civilian personnel of the defense ministry of that foreign government.``
A country-by-country description of Defense Department counter-drug funds spent to support foreign governments, with a description of the activities supported and the legal authorities that allow it.
A report on U.S. Special Forces Training through the Joint Combined Exchange Training (JCET) program.
A statement of the purposes for which this aid is provided, a description of the types of activities considered to be within the Section 1206 program's scope, a discussion of monitoring and evaluation, and a list of the primary security threats this aid intends to confront.
An accounting, by country, of counter-drug assistance through the Defense Department budget. Includes details about counter-drug base construction projects.
This report covers the total amount of funds obligated for the purpose of providing transportation of humanitarian relief and for other humanitarian purposes worldwide.
For a Defense Department training-aid program: a list of countries aided; the type of training provided; the U.S. and foreign personnel involved; the relationship to other U.S. programs; the cost; the benefits to U.S. forces; and planned trainings for the next year.
The International Religious Freedom Report, now in its 17th year, attempts to give voice to those oppressed people and to document when and where the universal human right to religious freedom was violated. Congressionally-mandated and comprising almost 200 distinct reports on countries and territories, this report continues to reflect the United States’ commitment to, and advancement of, the right of every person to freedom of religion or belief.
The report details U.S. assistance given to Eurasian countries to promote democratic and economic reform while preventing the proliferation of nuclear weapons, technologies, and expertise.
The End-Use Monitoring (EUM) report provides information on the disposition and use of all program support provided under the International Narcotics Control Program for a given calendar year.
Detailing civilian employees of the Department of Defense assigned as advisors to the ministries of defense (or similar security agencies) of foreign countries.
A report "on the status of reform activities in Colombia funded or authorized, in whole or part, by the Department of State, USAID or DoD, to promote alternative development, the recovery and resettlement of internally displaced persons, judicial reform, the peace process and human rights."
A country-by-country report on use of Section 1206 program funds to aid foreign militaries. In each: the terrorist threat it intended to address, a program description, the participation of contractors, the foreign country`s role, plans to sustain the program, and an evaluation of effectiveness.