Appendix D
Relevant Recent Reports by the U.S. Government Accountability Office1

Cooperative Threat Reduction: DOD Has Improved Its Management and Internal Controls, but Challenges Remain (GAO-05-329, June 2005)


Weapons of Mass Destruction: Nonproliferation Programs Need Better Integration (GAO-05-157, January 2005)


Weapons of Mass Destruction: Observations on U.S. Threat Reduction and Nonproliferation Programs in Russia. Statement of Joseph A. Christoff, Director, International Affairs and Trade (GAO-03-526T, March 2003)


Weapons of Mass Destruction: Additional Russian Cooperation Needed to Facilitate U.S. Efforts to Improve Security at Russian Sites (GAO-03-482, March 2003)


Weapons of Mass Destruction: State Department Oversight of Science Centers Program (GAO-01-582, May 2001)


Biological Weapons: Effort to Reduce Former Soviet Threat Offers Benefits, Poses New Risks (GAO/NSIAD-00-138, April 2000)

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Reports available on line at http://www.gao.gov.



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The Biological Threat Reduction Program of the Department of Defense|From Foreign Assistance to Sustainable Partnerships Appendix D Relevant Recent Reports by the U.S. Government Accountability Office1 Cooperative Threat Reduction: DOD Has Improved Its Management and Internal Controls, but Challenges Remain (GAO-05-329, June 2005) Weapons of Mass Destruction: Nonproliferation Programs Need Better Integration (GAO-05-157, January 2005) Weapons of Mass Destruction: Observations on U.S. Threat Reduction and Nonproliferation Programs in Russia. Statement of Joseph A. Christoff, Director, International Affairs and Trade (GAO-03-526T, March 2003) Weapons of Mass Destruction: Additional Russian Cooperation Needed to Facilitate U.S. Efforts to Improve Security at Russian Sites (GAO-03-482, March 2003) Weapons of Mass Destruction: State Department Oversight of Science Centers Program (GAO-01-582, May 2001) Biological Weapons: Effort to Reduce Former Soviet Threat Offers Benefits, Poses New Risks (GAO/NSIAD-00-138, April 2000) 1 Reports available on line at http://www.gao.gov.

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