Fact Sheet on the Use of the $50 Million Appropriation to Support the Management and Reporting of the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund (SIGIR-05-026)

Bowen, Jr., Stuart W.
January 2006
SIGIR Audit Reports;1/27/2006, Issue 05-026/27, p1
The article provides information on the memorandum regarding support to the management and reporting of the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund (IRRF). The memorandum addresses the disposition of the Fiscal Year 2004 $50 million U.S. Department of Defense appropriation to the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA).


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