- Agriculture and Food Security
- Increasing Food Security through Feed the Future
- Food Aid Reform
- Expanding and Enhancing Agricultural Markets and Trade
- Supporting Agricultural Capacity Development
- Supporting Global Nutrition
- Investing in Sustainable Agriculture
- Food Assistance
- Board for International Food and Agricultural Development
- Democracy, Human Rights and Governance
- Economic Growth and Trade
- Environment and Global Climate Change
- Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment
- Global Health
- Science, Technology and Innovation
- Water and Sanitation
- Working in Crises and Conflict
These documents provide the political, legal, and procedural framework for food assistance operations.
Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008 (Fiscal Year 2008 Farm Bill) - Reauthorized every five years, the primary mechanism of U.S. international food assistance is the Food for Peace Act. This authorizing legislation, which is part of the 2008 Farm Bill (the Food, Conservation and Energy Act of 2008), governs all aspects of FFP’s Title II programming and operations.
USAID 22 C.F.R. 211 (USAID Regulation 11) - “Transfer of Food Commodities for Food Use in Disaster Relief, Economic Development, and Other Assistance,” provides the standard terms and conditions applicable to Title II programs, except those conducted by agencies of the United Nations, including the UN World Food Program.
USAID 22 C.F.R. 216 - "Environmental Procedures" ensures environmental factors and values are integrated into the USAID decision making process. These procedures also assign responsibility within USAID for assessing the environmental effects of USAID actions. These procedures are consistent with Executive Order 12114, issued January 4, 1979, entitled Environmental Effects Abroad of Major Federal Actions, and the purposes of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1970, as amended (42 U.S.C. 4371 et seq.) (NEPA). They are intended to implement the requirements of NEPA as they affect the USAID program.
USAID 22 C.F.R. 226 - “Administration of Assistance Awards to U.S. Non-Governmental Organizations,” establishes uniform administrative requirements for awards awarded by USAID to U.S. institutions of higher education, hospitals, and other non-profit organizations; to U.S. commercial organizations; and to sub-awards there under.
USAID ADS Chapter 303 - “Awards and Cooperative Agreements to Non-Governmental Organizations" contains the USAID’s internal guidance, policies and standards for the award and administration of USAID awards to institutions of higher education, hospitals, other non-profit, non-governmental organizations, and commercial organizations. ADS Chapter 303 also interprets sections of Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-110.
USAID ADS Chapter 591 - “Financial Audits of USAID Contractors, Grantees, and Host Government Entities” is to provide the policy directives and required procedures for planning and conducting financial audits of USAID-funded awardees, including host country governments.
OMB Circular A-110 - relocated to 2 C.F.R. 215: “Uniform Administrative Requirements for Awards and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education, Hospitals, and Other Non-Profit Organizations” sets forth standards for obtaining consistency and uniformity among federal agencies in the administration of awards to and agreements with institutions of higher education, hospitals, and other non-profit organizations.
OMB Circular A-122 - Relocated to 2 C.F.R. 230 “Cost Principles for Non-Profit Organizations” establishes principles for determining costs of awards, contracts, and other agreements with non-profit organizations.
OMB Circular A-133 - “Audits of States, Local Governments, and Non-Profit Organizations” sets forth standards for obtaining consistency and uniformity among federal agencies for the audit of states, local governments, and non-profit organizations implementing federal awards.
Last updated: April 12, 2013