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July 2009: Quarterly Report To Congress

From Surge to Sovereignty

For the first time since April 2003, the U.S. military no longer patrols Baghdad's streets. In keeping with the terms of the Security Agreement, U.S. combat forces withdrew from Iraq's cities at the end of June. This landmark development represents another milestone on Iraq's road toward asserting complete sovereignty over its territory. Iraqi Security Forces (ISF) will still be able to call on their U.S. ally for assistance if they need support, and the U.S. military will continue to conduct joint operations with the ISF around cities and near the borders with other countries; but the Government of Iraq (GOI) now decides the timing and the terms of U.S. combat actions in urban areas.

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This report is also broken out by Figures, Pictures, and Tables.


SIGIR Observations

SIGIR Summary of Performance  

Iraq Reconstruction Funding

U.S. Appropriated Funds U.S. Appropriated Funds (part 2) Quarterly Obligations and Expenditures, by Major U.S. Fund, 4/1/2009–6/30/2009 Status of IRRF by Appropriation and Sector Status of ISFF by Ministry and Sub-Activity Group
Status of ESF by Track and Program Status of CERP by Sector Major IRRF 2, ISFF, and ESF Contractors Contractor Support for Iraq Contractor Support for Iraq
DoD’s Application of Hard Lessons to Afghanistan Status of Major U.S. Reconstruction Funds by Use SOI Personnel Transitioned to GOI and ISF Positions, as of 6/30/2009 SIGIR Reconstruction Areas and Sectors Location Commands
Ongoing INL-Funded Prison Construction Number of Detainees Affected by the Amnesty Law (2/2008–6/2009) Ongoing GRD Electricity Projects Ongoing GRD Water Supply Projects Average Number of Monthly Train Movements
Top Private Banks Ranked by Branch Number and Total Assets  

Reconstruction By Province

Description of Coalitions, Five Largest Political Parties, and Presidential Candidates Percentage of Winning Candidates, by Ethnoreligious Group

SIGIR Oversight


Other Agency Oversight

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