Interagency Evaluation of the Section 1206 Global Train and Equip Program
Section 1206 of the FY 2009 Nat. Defense Author. Act, provides DoD with new authority to expend DoD Oper. and Maint. funds to train and equip a foreign country's military forces. It specifies that DoD and State may help build the capacity of partner nations to: Conduct counter-terrorist operations, or Participate in or support military and stability operations in which the U.S. Armed Forces are a participant. This report is a review of the program to identify opportunities for improvements. It evaluated: Effectiveness in building capacity for counter-terrorist and stability or military operations; Efficiency with regard to project selection, execution, implementation, results, and sustainment; and Compliance with statutory requirements. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
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