CGD Blog Post Outlines 4 Potential Goals For USAID Administrator Smith

Center for Global Development’s “Rethinking U.S. Development Policy”: Gayle Smith Confirmed as USAID Administrator: Four Goals for 14 Months
Casey Dunning, senior policy analyst at the Center for Global Development, outlines four potential goals for USAID Administrator Gayle Smith. “…[R]ecognizing that prioritization is key for Smith, here are four goals on which she should focus in her tenure as USAID administrator: 1. Work with Congress to pass legislation on Power Africa and Feed the Future. … 2. Institutionalize USAID Forward in agency operations. … 3. Clarify USAID’s role in ending extreme poverty. … 4. Represent USAID in the U.S. response to global crises…” (12/1).

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