USAID Administrator Mark Green Announces Creation Of 4 New Bureaus As Part of Agency’s Transformation Process

USAID: Statement by USAID Administrator Green on Transformation Milestone
In a statement, USAID Administrator Mark Green announces the creation of four new Bureaus as a part of USAID’s Transformation process: the Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance, the Bureau for Conflict-Prevention and Stabilization, the Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, and the new Bureau for Asia. Green notes, “The ultimate objective of USAID’s Transformation is to strengthen the agency to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow. Each piece of the Transformation’s restructuring is important and serves a distinct purpose. … I am fully committed to continue working with Congress to seek approvals as quickly as possible for the remaining Congressional Notifications…” (4/3).

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