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Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR)
October 30, 2010 Quarterly Report to Congress

Management of U.S. Reconstruction Transition

Under the terms of the current U.S.-Iraq Security Agreement, all U.S. military forces are scheduled to depart Iraq by December 31, 2011. This quarter, continued withdrawal of U.S. troops proceeded apace, with the last U.S. combat brigade rolling out in August, signaling the end of Operation Iraqi Freedomand the beginning of Operation New Dawn. Concurrent with U.S. military reductions, the Department of State (DoS) is continuing to expand its presence. Over the next year, DoS will open several key hubs across Iraq and will assume responsibility fromthe Department of Defense (DoD) for police training. Overseeing these changes are General Lloyd Austin, who took command of U.S. Forces-Iraq (USF-I) this quarter, and the new U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, James Jeffrey.


SIGIR October 30, 2010 Quarterly Report to Congress - Cover


File Name File Size Date
October 30, 2010 Quarterly Report 12,034 KB 10/30/10
Message from IG about the Report 75 KB 10/30/10
Section 1: SIGIR Observations 1,568 KB 10/30/10
Section 2: Funding Iraq Reconstruction 2,323 KB 10/30/10
Section 3: Reconstruction Management in Transition 792 KB 10/30/10
Section 4: Developments in Iraq 6,171 KB 10/30/10
Section 5: SIGIR Oversight 370 KB 10/30/10
Section 6: Other Agency Oversight 116 KB 10/30/10
Highlights from the October 30, 2010 Report 302 KB 10/30/10
Graphic from the October 30, 2010 Report 2,308 KB 10/30/10
Endnotes from the Report 215 KB 10/30/10
Acronyms and Definitions from the Report 96 KB 10/30/10
List of Contracting Actions and Grants (Microsoft Excel) 8,302 KB 10/30/10
All Appendices from the Report 658 KB 10/30/10
Appendix A: Statutory Requirements 54 KB 10/30/10
Appendix B: Cross-Reference of SIGIR Budget Terms 34 KB 10/30/10
Appendix C: International Donor Assistance to the GOI 94 KB 10/30/10
Appendix D: Completed SIGIR Inspections 64 KB 10/30/10
Appendix E: Supsensions and Debarments 146 KB 10/30/10
Appendix F: Detailed Summary of Other Agency Oversight 232 KB 10/30/10
Appendix G: Summary of U.S. Oversight in Iraq 291 KB 10/30/10



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