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End-Use Monitoring Report
Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs
October 2002
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The End Use Monitoring (EUM) report is a summary of all monitorable aspects of program support provided under the International Narcotics Control Program for the calendar year. INL requests that all posts for which funding has been provided and who have received monitorable resources submit a formal EUM report.

Each post is responsible for defining its own procedures for monitoring asset use and assessing the impact of the resources provided to their counterparts. Commodities are monitored throughout their useful life, as determined during inspections by the Narcotics Coordinators or the Narcotics Affairs Sections' (NAS) staffs.

Some NAS posts are provided resources under a variety of Department of Defense (DOD) authorities to support foreign military involvement in counternarcotics and law enforcement activities. Posts receiving such equipment are required to include it in their EUM programs and reports.

INL requires submission of the EUM report by January 31 for the preceding calendar year. The report comments on the extent to which planned EUM procedures were followed during the previous year: the location, use, and condition of the commodities; the program impact of the support provided; problems encountered in the course of the year's monitoring; and program changes required as a result of the EUM activities.

NOTE: Information included in this report is based on the latest information available at the time of publication. The information for this report covers data collected during calendar year 2001.

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