U.S. Agency for International Development
Lawmakers want to know how agencies can replicate USAID’s FITARA success
Rep. Gerry Connolly wants the development agency to show others that FITARA compliance is "doable and replicable."
Some agencies slip in otherwise stagnant FITARA scorecard
Fourteen of the 25 agencies graded have neither improved nor deteriorated since the last scorecard was released in June.
New NASA, USAID hub to solve climate-related problems
NASA and U.S. Agency for International Development are partnering together to fund a facility in West Africa that will use NASA satellite data to tackle issues like food security and water availability. SERVIR-West Africa, based in Niamey, Niger, officially opened last week, becoming the fourth NASA-USAID sponsored center.
USAID failed to keep accurate location data on Afghan health facilities — report
USAID said recent changes to the way it funds those facilities exempts it from having to keep the data.
USAID slammed over bad location data on Afghan health care facilities
The government’s watchdog for the Afghan war said the U.S. Agency for International Development has done a poor job of keeping accurate location data and providing working operating conditions in 23 health facilities across a province in Western Afghanistan.
USAID can’t find 80 percent of the Afghan health facilities it funded — IG
The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction is worried that a $210 million U.S. Agency for International Development program is working with bad mapping data.