Report to Congress:
Measuring Stability and Security in Iraq
This report to Congress on measuring stability and security in Iraq is submitted pursuant to section 9010 of the Department of Defense Appropriations Act 2006, Public Law 109-148. The Secretary of Defense submitted two reports on the same subject in July and October of 2005; however, this is the first report required by Public Law 109-148.
The report is divided into two sections corresponding to the indicators and measures identified in the Act. The initial section of the report, “Stability and Security in Iraq,” describes trends and progress towards meeting goals for political stability, strengthening economic activity, and achieving a stable security environment in Iraq.
The second section of the report, “Security Force Training and Performance,” describes progress in the training, development, and readiness of the Iraqi Security Forces, including the forces of the Ministry of Defence and the police and other paramilitary forces of the Ministry of Interior. A classified annex to this report provides classified data concerning security force training and performance and addresses U.S. military requirements and possible force rotations.
The report complements other reports and information about Iraq provided to Congress. The information in this report is made available with the assistance of many departments and agencies of the U.S. Government, the U.S. Embassy in Iraq, Multi-National Force-Iraq, and the Government of Iraq.
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