Military personnel survivor benefits for servicemembers and federal, state, and city government employees : report to congressional committees.

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DIANE Publishing
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128
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9781428937437
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To assist the Congress in its oversight of U.S. efforts in Afghanistan, this publication and its interactive graphic (1) identify and describe key U.S. and international strategies and plans that collectively guide U.S. efforts in Afghanistan; (2) provide examples and information about key efforts to assist Afghanistan; and (3) identify oversight issues that Congress may wish to consider in its work. During April and May 2010, we presented this strategic framework to Congress as part of our classified briefing on the Afghanistan campaign plans. The strategic framework includes relevant strategies: the Afghan National Development Strategy, the U.S. Strategy for Afghanistan and Pakistan, and the Afghanistan and Pakistan Regional Stabilization Strategy. It also includes U.S. plans: the Operation Enduring Freedom Campaign plan, the National Security Council Strategic Implementation Plan, and the U.S. Integrated Civilian-Military Campaign Plan (ICMCP). Finally, NATO plans include the NATO Comprehensive Strategic Political Military Plan, and the operational plans for NATO and for NATO;s subordinate command, the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF). This publication represents an update to our April 2009 report, Afghanistan: Key Issues for Congressional Oversight, and is based on our past and continuing work. Our ongoing work on Afghanistan includes U.S. and coalition partners' efforts to develop a capable Afghan National Army, the expansion of U.S. civilian presence in Afghanistan, U.S. efforts to develop Afghanistan's agricultural and water sectors, and contracting issues related to U.S. forces.
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