|Account||Amount (in millions)|
|International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLE)||3,578.24|
|Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities (DoD CN)||2,439.85|
|Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)||127.37|
International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLE)
The U.S. Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) manages an account for advancing rule of law and combating narcotics production and trafficking—the International Narcotics Control and Law Enforcement (INCLE) account. INCLE supports several INL program groups, including police, counter-narcotics, and rule of law and justice.
DoD's Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities Fund
DoD’s Drug Interdiction and Counter-Drug Activities Fund (DoD CN) supports efforts to stabilize Afghanistan by combating the drug trade and related activities. DoD uses the DoD CN to provide assistance to the counter narcotics effort by supporting military operations against drug traffickers; expanding Afghan interdiction operations; and building the capacity of Afghan law enforcement bodies with specialized training, equipment, and facilities.
DoD CN funds are appropriated by Congress to a single budget line for all military services. DoD reprograms the funds from the Counter-narcotics Central Transfer Account to the military services and defense agencies, which track obligations of the transferred funds. DoD reported DoD CN accounts for Afghanistan as a single figure for each fiscal year.