SIGAR released its thirty-fourth Quarterly Report to Congress, highlighting the role national procurement reform plays in Afghanistan's fight against corruption
In Afghanistan, the potential for monetary losses from corruption—not to mention other losses from poor management and oversight practices—is almost certainly more substantial. As SIGAR and other organizations have repeatedly found, Afghanistan suffers from limited institutional capacity to conduct basic governmental functions, and from widespread and systemic corruption that consistently places it near the bottom of international rankings for public perception of corruption.
The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has taken an active role in supporting procurement reform in Afghanistan. SIGAR views vigilant oversight and Afghan reform initiatives as important means of protecting American taxpayers’ aid money as more of it passes into budgetary control by Afghan ministries. - Read More
January 30, 2017 Quarterly Report to Congress (PDF)
SIGAR released its thirty-fourth Quarterly Report to Congress, highlighting the role national procurement reform plays in Afghanistan's fight against corruption - More
SIGAR’s High-Risk List highlights the greatest threats facing the US reconstruction effort in Afghanistan for the incoming Administration and the 115th Congress - More