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Defense Department's Management of Property Leased to Foreign Governments is Still Inadequate
[Technical Report, Technical Report]
GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE WASHINGTON DC
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The Department of Defense has implemented procedures to establish management controls over defense property leased to foreign governments, as required by a 1981 amendment to the Arms Export Control Act. However, lease notifications sent to the Congress have not contained information required by the Arms Export Control Act, all rents and associated lease costs have not been collected, and rents have not been credited to the proper Treasury account. Because the use of property has not been monitored, Defense does not know if the use of leased property complies with the terms in lease agreements. Efforts are being made to renew the expired leases of property valued at 68.9 million. Although some of the leases expired 6 years ago, there is no evidence that anything is being done to get the property returned.
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