GAO Report Examines U.S. Zika Response, Recommends USAID Improve Tracking Funds, Planning Responses, Building Partnerships

Bloomberg Law: U.S. Zika Response Held Up by Agency Missteps, Lack of Planning
Federal review of international Zika response finds USAID lacked important partnerships…” (Kay, 5/15).

Homeland Preparedness News: GAO recommends USAID improve fund tracking, response planning
“Though efforts by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) have helped many countries hit by the Zika virus since its emergence in 2015, the Government Accountability Office (GAO) determined that its efforts could do with improvement, particularly when tracking funds and planning responses…” (Galford, 5/15).

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