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U.S. Army Central did not Implement Controls to Effectively Manage the Shared Cost of Administrative Support Functions in Iraq
Department of Defense Inspector General Alexandria United States
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Our objective was to determine whether DoD developed controls to effectively manage the shared costs of administrative support functions in Iraq. This audit relatesto Operation Inherent Resolve, an overseas contingency operation, and was completed in accordance with the OIGs responsibilities described in Section 8L of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended. U.S. Army Central ARCENT initially signed an interagency agreement with the Department of State to temporarily useand pay for Department of State-provided lifesupport services. However, during the third quarter of FY 2015, DoD agreed to subscribe to the Department of States International Cooperative Administrative Support Services ICASS for support in Iraq for FY 2016. ARCENT did not develop controls to effectively manage the shared cost of administrative support functions in Iraq after FY 2016.
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