USAID Administrator Green Discusses Agency’s ‘Transformation’ In Capitol Hill Hearing

Devex: USAID chief deliberates West Bank and Gaza assistance, teases agency ‘transformation’
“U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Mark Green would welcome the opportunity to work with Congress on changes to the Anti-Terrorism Clarification Act that resulted in the termination of USAID funding to the West Bank and Gaza. The USAID chief broached the subject on Wednesday during a wide-ranging hearing on Capitol Hill, in which he also provided an update on the status of the agency’s ongoing reorganization. … USAID is in the implementation phase of the transformation, the administrator said. The change that is furthest along is the creation of a new Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance that will combine the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance and Food for Peace…” (Welsh, 2/28).

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