Transforming USAID's Processes

Click on the video above to watch Transformation Task Team Deputy Coordinators Adriel Harvey, Ami Morgan and Chris Maloney discuss how USAID is transforming its processes.

USAID’s processes will be field-driven, outcome-focused and data-informed, supporting national security priorities and using clear and objective metrics to assess each host country partner’s journey to self-reliance.

Photo of two men inspecting trees with text Transforming Our Processes
  • USAID will integrate self-reliance concepts — including the self-reliance metrics — into USAID’s planning processes, program practices, personnel incentives, partnership approaches, policies and strategies. By truly supporting partner country self-reliance, our aim is to ultimately create enduring diplomatic, economic and security partners.
  • USAID will increase communication, coordination, and collaboration with the Department of Defense, improve our preventing violent extremism programming, and strengthen our capability to operate in non-permissive environments.
  • USAID will maximize every taxpayer dollar, ensuring assistance is delivered effectively and efficiently, with clear and transparent processes — both in Washington and in the field.
  • USAID Washington’s new structure will put in place systems and processes to effectively support field-based programming.

Transforming Our Processes Fact Sheets and Resources


 

 

Questions? Email us at Transformation@usaid.gov

Last updated: November 09, 2018

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