Weapons of Mass Destruction: Actions Needed to Track Budget Execution for Counterproliferation Programs and Better Align Resources with Combating WMD Strategy

D'Agostino, Davi M.
September 2010
GAO Reports;9/28/2010, p1
Government Documents
The article discusses the need to track budget execution for counterproliferation programs and better alignment of resources in combating weapons of mass destruction (WMD) in the U.S. It states that top priority of dissuading, deterring and defeating people seeking to harm the U.S. is assigned by the Department of Defense (DoD). It notes that the Counterproliferation Program Review Committee (CPRC) has been established by the Congress to improve the efforts of the government to combat WMD.


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