The bills have been counted.
Our country spent $60 billion over 10 years in Iraq.
Now the special inspector in charge of reconstruction efforts says It fell short.
The final report to congress shows the time and money U.S. taxpayers put into the effort was not worth the cost.
The report show's financial mismanagement and underscores problems with strategic thinking in the rebuilding precess.
Those findings could be used to avoid similar problems in Afghanistan, where taxpayers have spent $90 billion in reconstruction projects so far.
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