Resources - Official Reports
A report, required by Congress, giving amounts by country of all assistance programs in the Defense Department's budget.
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.
The President, together with the Director of the White House's Office for National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP, popularly known as the "Drug Czar"), must report on the government's goals and objectives for all drug-control activities, both international and domestic.
Details from the International Affairs Budget Request as produced by the Bureau of Resource Management within the State Department.
An overview of groups in the region on the State Department's list of terrorist organizations, Cuba's status on the terror list, and activities of Iran, Hezbollah, and other extra-regional actors.
The document outlines various actions needed to acheive better oversight of emergency food aid and security assistance to Yemen.
Describes the status of CBSI funding in fiscal years 2010 through fiscal year 2012, as well as activities this funding has supported
The Northern Command's annual overview of its challenges and programs, usually presented to the Armed Services Committees of both houses of Congress in March or April.
The Southern Command's annual overview of its challenges and programs, usually presented to the Armed Services Committees of both houses of Congress in March or April.
A report on the activities of the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation (successor to the U.S. Army School of the Americas).
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), has reported progress in stemming illegal cross-border activity, but it could strengthen the assessment of its efforts.
On March 12, 2013, the Obama Administration released a fact sheet aimed at addressing some misconceptions of their Export Control Reform Initiative. The fact sheet covers questions about firearms, human rights, arms embargoes, mulitlateral commitments, and other issues.
The Secretary of State must provide the factual basis of the President's yearly decisions to certify whether significant drug source and transit countries are cooperating with U.S. anti-drug efforts. The report must also offer a detailed description of these efforts in each country, the country's own efforts, a status report on drug production or transportation in each country, and other aspects of each country's anti-drug policies.
This report covers U.S. military activities in foreign countries that involve providing medical, dental and veterinary care, constructing roads, bridges, schools, clinics and other public buildings, drilling wells and constructing basic sanitation facilit
A Final Report From the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction culminates SIGIR's nine-year mission overseeing Iraq's reconstruction.
Because the trends in the overall violent crime rate may not be indicative of trends in drug trafficking-related violent crimes, CRS is unable to develop fact-based conclusions about trends in drug trafficking-related violence spilling over from Mexico into the United States.
Border Patrol is developing performance goals and measures to define border security and the resources needed to achieve it, but has not identified milestones and time frames for developing and implementing goals and measures under its new strategic plan
GAO's analysis of data for southwest border counties with sufficiently complete data show that, generally, both violent and property crimes were lower in 2011 than in 2004