GAO Report Examines U.S. Food Aid
A new GAO reportÂ (.pdf) examines international food aid. “GAO recommends that Congress consider eliminating the 3-year waiting period for foreign vessels that acquire U.S.-flag registry to be eligible to transport U.S. food aid. Further, the USAID Administrator and the Secretary of Agriculture should develop a benchmark for ‘reasonable market price’ for food aid sales; monitor these sales; improve market assessments and coordinate efforts; and conduct postmarket impact evaluations,” according to a summary of the report (6/23).
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