Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction: Quarterly Report to the United States Congress
SPECIAL INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION ARLINGTON VA
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In March 2004, SIGIR formed the Iraq Inspectors General Council IIGC437 to provide a forum for discussion of oversight in Iraq and to enhance collaboration and cooperation among the IGs of the agencies that oversee Iraq reconstruction funds. Representatives of member organizations meet quarterly to exchange details about current and planned audits, identify opportunities for collaboration, and minimize redundancies. The most recent meeting was held on August 15, 2007, at the SIGIR office in Arlington, Virginia. These organizations attended the meeting Department of Defense Office of Inspector General DoD OIG Department of State Office of Inspector General DoS OIG U.S. Army Audit Agency USAAA U.S. Agency for International Development OIG USAID OIG Government Accountability Office GAO Defense Contract Audit Agency DCAA Defense Intelligence Agency Offi ce of the Inspector General Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction SIGIR Each quarter, SIGIR requests updates from member organizations on their completed, ongoing, and planned oversight activities. This section summarizes the audits and investigations reported to SIGIR this quarter by DoD OIG, DoS OIG, USAID OIG, GAO, DCAA, and USAAA. For DCAA updates, see Appendix L. The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Department of Commerce did not complete or initiate any new audits this quarter.
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