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October 2005: Quarterly Report To Congress

The Reconstruction Gap

On October 18, 2005, the Inspector General appeared before the House Government Reform Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations. In his testimony, the Inspector General highlighted a growing area of concern—the reconstruction gap. SIGIR defi nes the reconstruction gap as the difference between the number of projects that the United States originally proposed to build in Iraq and the number of projects that the United States will ultimately complete. When the U.S.-led portion of Iraq’s reconstruction concludes, many planned projects will remain on the drawing board for execution by other funding sources.

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

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October 30, 2005 Quarterly Report to Congress 1,470 KB PDF 10/30/05
Acronyms and Definitions 38 KB PDF 10/30/05
Endnotes 28 KB PDF 10/30/05
Highlights from the Report 344 KB PDF 10/30/05
List of Contracting Actions and Grants (Microsoft Excel)
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All Appendices 770 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix A: Statutory Requirements 39 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix B: Status of Reconstruction Funding 133 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix C: Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund Apportionments by Agency 114 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix D: Iraqi Funds 65 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix E: Donor Funds 74 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix F: SIGIR Testimony To Congress 110 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix G: SIGIR Audits 39 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix H: Summary of U.S. Oversight in Iraq 141 KB PDF 10/30/05
Appendix I: List of Contracts 319 KB PDF 10/30/05
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