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Land Reform – Impact & Sustainability of $41.2 Million USAID Program Unknown

[Translate] Today, SIGAR released an audit of the $41.2 million USAID-funded Land Reform in Afghanistan (LARA) Program Key points: — Under the current Afghan government, millions of displaced Afghans have returned home, often seeking to reclaim the land they previously … Continue reading

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USAID Faulted for Lax Oversight of Afghan Land Reforms

[Translate] USAID Faulted for Lax Oversight of Afghan Land Reforms By Charles S. Clark 12:00 AM ET 1 Comment

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United States v. Sean Brehm, 11-4755 (4th Cir. 2012)

[Translate] United States v. Sean Brehm, 11-4755 (4th Cir. 2012) Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit Filed: August 10th, 2012 Precedential Status: Precedential Citations: None known Docket Number: 11-4755

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U.S. watchdog offers bleak statistics for Afghan progress

[Translate] U.S. watchdog offers bleak statistics for Afghan progress By: Kathy Gannon, The Associated Press, February 1, 2017 (Photo Credit: Rahmat Gul/AP) KABUL, Afghanistan — In his first report to the new Trump administration, a U.S. watchdog that monitors billions … Continue reading

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January Quarterly Report: Reflections on the U.S. Investment in Afghanistan

[Translate] Today, SIGAR released its 34th (January 2017) Quarterly Report to Congress. Key points: — NATO’s mission in Afghanistan is the largest and longest operation in the alliance’s history. — The numbers of the Afghan security forces are decreasing, while … Continue reading

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Trump’s Hiring Freeze Could Hurt U.S. in Afghanistan, Raise Costs

[Translate] The Magazine Trump’s Hiring Freeze Could Hurt U.S. in Afghanistan, Raise Costs By Paul McLeary January 27, 2017 – 12:23 pm paul.mcleary @paulmcleary The hiring freeze that President Donald Trump slapped on the federal government his first week in … Continue reading

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Deuley v. DynCorp Intern., Inc., 8 A.3d 1156 (Del. 2010)

[Translate] Deuley v. DynCorp Intern., Inc., 8 A.3d 1156 (Del. 2010) Supreme Court of Delaware Filed: December 8th, 2010 Precedential Status: Precedential Citations: 8 A.3d 1156 Docket Number: 155, 2010 Panel: Randy J. Holland, Henry du Pont Ridgely, Myron T. Steele … Continue reading

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Afghanistan’s Health Care Sector: USAID’s Use of Unreliable Data Presents Challenges in Assessing Program Performance and the Extent of Progress

[Translate] Afghanistan’s Health Care Sector: USAID’s Use of Unreliable Data Presents Challenges in Assessing Program Performance and the Extent of Progress

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The Rise, Transformation and Fall of the Afghan Commercial Security Sector

[Translate] The Rise, Transformation and Fall of the Afghan Commercial Security Sector

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Technician claims Dyncorp International breached employment contract in regards to wages

[Translate] Technician claims Dyncorp International breached employment contract in regards to wages Michael Abella Jan. 19, 2017, 9:56am BATON ROUGE – A Jefferson Parish man employed as an escort monitoring technician for a private sector contractor that provides services to … Continue reading

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