USAID Administrator Green Receives Support For Agency’s ‘Transformation’ Plan

Foreign Policy: USAID Redesign Moves Forward, With No Drama
“U.S. Agency for International Development Administrator Mark Green is rolling out ambitious plans to reorganize his agency, and unlike a similar effort at the State Department, his initiative is enjoying widespread support among his workforce and lawmakers in Congress. The proposed USAID reorganization plan, obtained by Foreign Policy, stands in stark contrast to bungled attempts by former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to overhaul the State Department. … While lawmakers have slammed President Donald Trump’s steep proposed budget cuts to USAID, they have praised Green and been receptive to his proposed reforms, dubbed the USAID ‘transformation’…” (Gramer/De Luce, 4/25).

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