Transforming USAID's Structure

Click on the video above to watch Transformation Task Team Deputy Coordinator Brit Steiner discuss USAID's proposed structural reforms.

Through structural changes, USAID is creating a more field-oriented, functionally-aligned and responsive Agency capable of ending the need for foreign assistance.

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  • The proposed changes to the Office of the Administrator would more effectively manage the complexity of USAID’s work by creating two Associate Administrators.
  • The proposed Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance would advance our goal of seamlessly delivering food and non-food international disaster aid.
  • The proposed Resilience and Food Security Bureau would strengthen support to the field to build resilient communities and countries.
  • The proposed Conflict Prevention and Stabilization Bureau would strengthen USAID’s capacity to prevent conflict, address fragility, and respond to global crises.
  • The proposed Policy, Resources and Performance Bureau would stronger and more coordinated Agency voice, aligning policy, resources and evidence-based programming.
  • The proposed Democracy, Development and Innovation Bureau would reorient Washington-based technical expertise to drive program decision-making toward the field.
  • The proposed Bureau for Asia would create stronger regional coordination and strategies, aligning to Interagency priorities.
  • The proposed Bureau for Management would centralize services for program and management support, security, and human capital and talent management.

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Last updated: November 29, 2018

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