Marine Corps: Intelligence Officials Fixed Money-Management Problems

By Christopher J. Castelli / November 1, 2013 at 5:34 PM
The Marine Corps has taken steps to fix weaknesses in its management of intelligence-related emergency spending following a previously undisclosed internal review, according to a spokesman for the service's intelligence director. A Jan. 11 Naval Audit Service report concluded the Marine Corps had ineffective management of intelligence-related emergency and extraordinary expense (E&EE) funds, which are appropriated as a portion of the Navy's operations and maintenance account for strictly defined intelligence and counterintelligence information-collection activities. The shortfalls in oversight left the...

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