USFOR-AUnited States Forces Afghanistan
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According to USFOR-A, an investigation will be conducted to determine the specific circumstances that led to the incident.
Because USFOR-A and CJTF-OIR required more funding than they anticipated, both commands continually petitioned U.
Its mission was to manage the drawdown of contracts, the contractor workforce, and associated equipment, and it enabled USFOR-A leadership to review and validate requirements and weigh the benefits versus the impacts of retaining contracted support.
Contractors were used by ISAF and USFOR-A to maintain and service these systems.
In retrospect, Transport as a service would have solved the issues of migrating the Air Force users at Kandahar onto the USFOR-A network (an Army network).
No example more clearly paints this picture than the US force-reduction decision briefs that occurred between the commander, USFOR-A, and his subordinate commanders in the fall of 2011.
The USFOR-A Resource Management Directorate (J8) also supports the Afghan First Policy through its Publication 1-06, "Money As A Weapons System-Afghanistan," last updated January 2010.
There have been several USFOR-A releases since the beginning of his tenure highlighting the proposed suspensions and debarments of companies investigated and audited by TF2010 agencies and personnel.
Each case will be investigated and reviewed in accordance with standard Isaf and USFOR-A procedures," the statement said.
Under the task orders, L-3 will provide multi-functional analysis, counterintelligence support, signals intelligence analysis and program management services, as well as other supporting intelligence activities to USFOR-A, which falls under the U.
USFOR-A started the planning process early, triggered by the President's announcement of a reduction in boots-on-the-ground to 34,000 by February 2014.
Violent criminals who harm Afghans and threaten the peace and security of Afghanistan should face justice in the Afghan courts, USFOR-A added.