US Department Of Defense – Quarterly Report On “Operation Inherent Resolve”

Quarterly Report On “Operation Inherent Resolve”

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The Following is an updated “Quarterly Report” On “Operation Inherent Resolve” from the Lead Inspector General (IG) For Overseas Contingency Operations

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Glenn A. Fine
Lead Inspector General for Operation Inherent Resolve
Acting Inspector General
U.S. Department of Defense

We are pleased to submit the Lead Inspector General (Lead IG) quarterly Operation Inherent Resolve Report to the United States Congress for the period April 1 to June 30,2017. This is our 10th quarterly report on this overseas contingency operation (OCO), discharging our individual and collective agency oversight responsibilities pursuant to sections 2, 4, and 8L of the Inspector General Act of 1978.

Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) is dedicated to countering the terrorist threat posed by the Islamic State of Iraq
and Syria (ISIS) in Iraq, Syria, the region, and the broader international community.

The U.S. strategy to defeat ISIS includes support to military operations associated with OIR, as well as diplomacy, governance, security programs and activities, and
humanitarian assistance.

This report has a new structure, providing information on the status of OIR in sections organized by five Strategic Oversight Areas that have been adopted by the Lead IG to structure our oversight. These five Strategic Oversight Areas are Security, Governance, Stabilization, Support to Mission, and Humanitarian Assistance.

In addition, as in past reports, this report discusses the oversight work conducted by the Lead IG Offices of Inspector General and our partner oversight agencies, as well as ongoing and future oversight work, for the third quarter of FY 2017 ending June 30, 2017.

Working in close collaboration, we remain committed to providing comprehensive oversight and timely reporting on OIR.

Please Read Full Report: Operation Inherent Resolve


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