Financial Management of International Military Education and Training Funds
The International Military Educ. and Training (IMET) program provides training to students from more than 108 friendly nations. This report evaluated the financial management controls over the IMET program funds. It reviewed whether training and related costs were properly funded, accounted for, and reported; and whether the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) and Military depts. consistently applied regulations. The result: DSCA did not properly manage the IMET program to ensure that training was consistently funded, recorded, and reported. DSCA internal controls were not adequate. DSCA did not ensure that IMET funds were properly controlled and may have violated the Anti-deficiency Act. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
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