Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund
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The Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund (IRRF) was established by the US Congress on November 6, 2003. It allocated $18.4 billion to rebuild Iraq's infrastructure, damaged from years of neglect, sanctions, and war.
As of March 29, 2006, approximately $16.3 billion, or 89%, had been obligated and $11.4 billion had been spent. The fund has come under some criticism due to the slowness with which the allocated money has been disbursed, largely because of the time-consuming US procurement process.
A budget for the allocation of the $18.4 billion may be found here.
The duties of the Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction include oversight of expenditures from the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund.
- Financial cost of the Iraq War
- Coalition Provisional Authority
- Program Review Board
- Development Fund for Iraq
- Reconstruction of Iraq