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The Foreign Assistance Dashboard, a joint project of the Department of State and USAID, under the guidance of the National Security staff, explains where U.S. foreign aid is invested.
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The Congressional Budget Justification explains the Foreign Operations Budget Request annually to Congress. Within this document are the USAID's Annual Performance Report, which covers the previous fiscal year, and the Annual Performance Plan, which is about the upcoming fiscal year.
USAID's Agency Financial Report is part of the Agency's compliance with the Government Performance and Results Act.
The annual U.S. Overseas Loans and Grants, or "Greenbook," contains summarized data regarding U.S. foreign assistance since 1945, and detailed data for the last several fiscal years. Foreign assistance is listed by recipient country and organized by geographic region.
U.S. Official Development Assistance describes all foreign assistance provided by the U.S. government. This document, published by USAID, is regularly submitted to the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development, Development Assistance Committee.
- Dollars to Results provides information on the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) impact around the world by linking annual spending (inputs) to results (outputs and outcomes) in several of the more than 100 developing countries where we work.
Last updated: June 20, 2013