Devex Video Explains Overseas Contingency Operations Account, Role In U.S. Foreign Aid Funding

Devex: DevExplains: The Overseas Contingency Operations account and its role in U.S. aid funding
“The Overseas Contingency Operations account is a somewhat obscure mechanism that has proven to be a critical tool in maintaining the international affairs budget in the United States. … Watch this explainer video to find out more about the OCO account, how it was created and the role it plays today in U.S. aid funding…” (Saldinger, 11/12).

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