Office of the Inspector General (OIG)OIG Field Offices OverseasChief of StaffCounselorAdministrator and Deputy AdministratorsOffice of the General CounselExecutive SecretariatChief Financial OfficerChief Information OfficerSenior Procurement ExecutiveBureau for Resilience and Food SecurityBureau for Humanitarian AssistanceBureau for Conflict Prevention and StabilizationBureau for Development, Democracy, and InnovationBureau for Global HealthBureau for Policy, Planning, and LearningBureau for Foreign AssistanceBureau for Legislative and Public AffairsBureau for ManagementBureau for AfricaBureau for AsiaBureau for Europe and EurasiaBureau for Middle EastBureau for Latin America and the CaribbeanOffice of Civil Rights and DiversityOffice of Small and Disadvantaged Business UtilizationOffice of Budget and Resource ManagementOffice of SecurityOffice of Human Capital and Talent ManagementField Offices Overseas

On behalf of the American people, we promote and demonstrate democratic values abroad, and advance a free, peaceful, and prosperous world. In support of America's foreign policy, the U.S. Agency for International Development leads the U.S. Government's international development and disaster assistance through partnerships and investments that save lives, reduce poverty, strengthen democratic governance, and help people emerge from humanitarian crises and progress beyond assistance.

USAID organizational structure as of 2024. Please refer to ADS Chapter 101 for full text description.
The following report to the USAID Administrator: Deputy Administrator for Policy and Programming, Deputy Administrator for Management and Resources, Counselor, Chief Financial Officer, Chief DEIA Officer, Chief Information Officer, Global Malaria Coordinator, General Counsel, Director of the Office of Civil Rights, Director of the Office of Policy, Chief Economist, and Executive Secretariat

ADS Chapter 101

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This chapter defines the authorities within which USAID operates and provides the necessary policy regarding the Agency's programs, functions, and methods of operations. 


In Washington, USAID's major organization units are called bureaus. Each bureau houses staff responsible for major subdivisions of the Agency's activities. USAID has both geographic bureaus that are responsible for the overall activities in countries and functional bureaus that conduct Agency programs worldwide in-nature or cross geographic boundaries.


Missions execute USAID's mission in countries around the world, helping to advance U.S. national security and economic prosperity, demonstrate American generosity, and promote a path to recipient self-reliance and resilience.

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