USAID To Launch New Organizational Chart Aimed At Better Supporting Vision Of Ending Need For Foreign Aid

Devex: USAID to unveil new organizational chart on Thursday
“United States Agency for International Development Administrator Mark Green plans to unveil to staff on Thursday a proposal for a revised organizational chart aimed at better supporting his overall vision of ending the need for foreign assistance. Among the broad goals this restructuring will aim to achieve are ‘strengthening and elevating humanitarian assistance,’ ‘consolidating and elevating resilience,’ ‘connecting budget and strategy,’ and ‘having a more field-focused presence,’ Jim Richardson, coordinator of USAID’s Transformation Task Team, told Devex…” (Igoe, 4/4).

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