Cooperative Threat Reduction: Review of DOD's June 1997 Report on Assistance Provided.
GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE WASHINGTON DC NATIONAL SECURITY AND INTERNATIONAL A FFAIRS DIV
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Under a 1991 congressional authorization, DOD provides assistance to the newly independent states of Belarus, Kazakstan, Russia, and Ukraine to help them 1 destroy their weapons of mass destruction, 2 safely store and transport the weapons in connection with their destruction, and 3 reduce the risk of such weapons proliferation. Most CTR assistance is provided in the form of goods and services, including equipment, logistics support, materials, and training. Between fiscal years 1992 and 1997, Congress has authorized over 1.8 billion to help DOD achieve CTR objectives. As of July 1997, DOD had obligated over 1.4 billion of these funds. Because DOD is responsible for reporting on the efforts made by the United States to ensure that CTR assistance is appropriately used, its report also includes some information on the science and technology centers and the nuclear material control, accounting, and physical protection MCAPP projects being implemented by the Departments of State and Energy, respectively.
- Government and Political Science
- Chemical, Biological and Radiological Warfare
- Nuclear Warfare