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April 2005: Quarterly Report To Congress

The Office of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction (SIGIR) moved into its

second year of operation with the release of four new audit reports, an expanded professional staff, and an innovative audit plan that will provide continued oversight of Iraq reconstruction. This Quarterly Report includes a summary of SIGIR operations, as well as a review of the activities of other agencies with oversight responsibility for Iraq reconstruction.

The U.S. Mission Iraq is responsible for leading reconstruction efforts and setting reconstruction priorities, but at least 12 U.S. government agencies have or had direct responsibility for some portion of the $18.4 billion Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund (IRRF). The decentralization of responsibility and management complicates efforts to evaluate how U.S. appropriated funds are being used in Iraq.

Please address inquiries regarding this report to SIGIR Public Affairs by e-mail or by phone 703-428-1100.

This report is also broken out by Figures and Tables.

File Name
File Size
April 30, 2005 Quarterly Report to Congress 585 KB PDF 5/06/05
Acronyms and Definitions 61 KB PDF 05/06/05
Endnotes 42 KB PDF 05/06/05
All Appendices 592 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix A - Statutory Requirements 51 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix B - Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund Apportionments by Agency 86 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix C - Seized Currency Expenditure Status 50 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix D - Vested Assets Expenditure Status 50 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix E - International Reconstruction Fund Facility for Iraq 61 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix F - List of International Pledged Support for Iraq Reconstruction 56 KB PDF 05/06/05
Appendix G - List of Contracts 593 KB PDF 05/06/05
List of Contracting Actions and Grants (Microsoft Excel)
~8,500 KB
Appendix H - Audit Plan 511 KB PDF 05/06/05
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