Fiscal Year 2014: Comprehensive Oversight Plan for Southwest Asia
OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL (DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE) ALEXANDRIA VA
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The participating U.S. Department of Defense DoD and Federal oversight agencies, which comprise the Southwest Asia Joint Planning Group, are pleased to present the Fiscal Year 2014 Comprehensive Oversight Plan for Southwest Asia FY 2014 COPSWA. This annual plan reflects essential interagency collaboration within the oversight community to provide comprehensive reviews of contingency expenditures, to identify whether critical oversight gaps exist, and to recommend actions to address those gaps. The FY 2014 COPSWA incorporates the planned and ongoing oversight by the Inspectors General of the DoD DoD OIG, U.S. Department of State DOS OIG, and the U.S. Agency for International Development USAID OIG the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction SIGAR the U.S. Army Audit Agency AAA the Naval Audit Service NAVAUDSVC and the U.S. Air Force Audit Agency AFAA. The FY 2014 update also includes ongoing oversight efforts by the U.S. Government Accountability Office GAO related to Southwest Asia. This oversight plan is as of September 1, 2013. In March 2013, the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction SIGIR culminated its nine-year mission in the issuance of its study, Learning From Iraq A Final Report From the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction. As such, SIGIR did not submit carryover or new oversight projects for the FY 2014 COPSWA. For a listing of products that were completed during FY 2013 for each agency, see Section 4.2. Although the COPSWA does not report law enforcement efforts and outcomes, it is important to note that when criminal activity is suspected during the course of an audit, evaluation, or inspection, the allegations are referred to the respective law enforcement component.
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