Serious asset data integrity issues plague US Department of Defense

A new audit report on the U.S. Department of Defense [DoD] has called for urgent action to improve the tracking and accountability of more than 747,000 in weapons and equipment [approx. value US$626 million] supplied to Afghan National Security Forces [ANSF] since 2004, sparking fears they could end up in the wrong hands. This comes on the back of another report in March 2014 which found that the US Army did not have effective procedures for managing equipment [which included weapons, weapons systems, and other sensitive equipment] held in yards in Afghanistan awaiting repatriation back to the US. Continue reading “Serious asset data integrity issues plague US Department of Defense” »