Tag Archives: Defense Criminal Investigative Service

New Frontiers in Assessment Monitoring and Evaluation

What You Need to Know about New DoD Requirements

A Department of Defense policy directive issued in 2017 established policy and assigned responsibilities for conducting assessment, monitoring, and evaluation (AM&E) in the area of security cooperation. The policy directive calls for collaborative evaluations across DoD components and with other US government agencies and international partners to facilitate mutual learning and reduce cost.  Continue reading New Frontiers in Assessment Monitoring and Evaluation

Government Contracting – Big 5 2013 International Building and Construction Show

On November 26, 2013, Ryan Byrd spoke on terminations and claims at “Government Contracting: Maximizing Big Ticket Claim Recoveries and Managing Terminations, Audits and Investigations.” Continue reading Government Contracting – Big 5 2013 International Building and Construction Show

Inspector General – U.S. DoD

By: Mary Karen Wills

Semiannual Report to the Congress
April 1, 2012 to September 30, 2012

The Department of Defense (DoD) inspector general (IG) issued 79 reports identifying $2.8 billion in potential monetary benefits during this period. The Defense Criminal Investigative Service conducted investigations that resulted in 72 arrests, 167 criminal convictions, 37 suspensions, and 136 debarments, for a return of $3.3 billion to the U.S. government. Of top concern is contract oversight and training and equipping the Afghan National Security Forces, which are the critical means of establishing security and stability in Afghanistan.

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