This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. Discusses ongoing efforts by the DoD, the Dept. of State (State), and the USAID to track info. on contractor personnel and contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The importance of such data is heightened by the unprecedented reliance on contractors in Iraq and Afghanistan and the evolving U.S. presence in the two countries. This statement focuses on: (1) how info. on contractor personnel and contracts can assist agencies in managing and overseeing their use of contractors; and (2) the status of DoD, State, and USAIDAis efforts to track statutorily-required info. on contractor personnel and contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as recent recommendations to address the shortcomings identified in previous reports. Charts and tables.Congressional Testimony John P. Hutton ... The NDAA for FY2008 required the databases to track at a minimum: ac for each contract, ac a brief description of the contract, ac its total value, and ... 5GAO, Military Operations: High-Level DOD Action Needed to Address Long-standing Page 2 GAO-10-187 Contingency Contracting.
|Title||:||Contingency Contracting: Further Improvements Needed in Agency Tracking of Contractor Personnel and Contracts in Iraq and Afghanistan|
|Author||:||John P. Hutton|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2011-01|