An Assessment of A.I.D.'s In-country Presence

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Center for Development Information and Evaluation, U.S. Agency for International Development, 1993 - 8 pages
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A.I.D. foreign service A.I.D. Missions A.I.D. presence A.I.D.'s in-country presence A.I.D./Washington advan Advanced developing countries advantages of A.I.D.'s advantages of in-country Agency analysis antennae approach Assessment of A.I.D.'s assessment team assistance program award program bilateral bilateral donors budget bureau and Mission capital assistance Center for Development Comparison of A.I.D. contract staff Costa Rica coun country development country presence country program decentralization design and implementation development assistance development assistance program Development Information Direct hire employees direct hire staff donors Economic Infrastructure Projects embassy eral establish Evaluation CDIE EVALUATION HIGHLIGHTS financial accountability foreign assistance program foreign nationals foreign service officers functions grams However identified imple implementation in-coun in-country pres incentive increase cost-effective individual countries individual program influence and program Information and Evaluation International Develop interviews major major goal management mode ment Mission and office Mission Director number objec objectives Offices of Multicountry options overarching concerns overseas Missions overseas presence overseas staff oversight performed by U.S. performed overseas personal service contracts planning policy objectives policy reform positive performance factors presence of A.I.D. principal officer private sector proach program accountability program assistance program levels program portfolio program size project design recipient countries recipient government reduce regional requirements resources seems to award service officers sions size and composition size as positive skills smaller staff staff levels staff size staffing strategic objectives strategy supporting staff tages technical tions tive try presence U.S. direct-hire U.S. employees U.S. foreign assistance U.S. staff Underutilization volume and staff Washington

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