Security - Democracy - Prosperity
Aligning Diplomacy and Development Assistance

August 20, 2003

The Department of State and Agency for International Development (USAID) Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2004 to 2009 set forth the Secretary of State's direction and priorities for both organizations for the coming years. The Strategic Plan supported the policy positions set forth by President Bush in the 2002 National Security Strategy and presented how the Department and USAID would implement U.S. foreign policy and development assistance.

The files listed below constitute the multi-part HTML version of the Strategic Plan. It also is available as a one-piece PDF.

Preface
Message From the Secretary
Message From the USAID Administrator
Core Values
Mission
Achieve Peace and Security
Regional Stability
Counterterrorism
Homeland Security
Weapons of Mass Destruction
International Crime and Drugs
American Citizens
Advance Sustainable Development and Global Interests
Democracy and Human Rights
Economic Prosperity and Security
Social and Environmental Issues
Humanitarian Response
Promote International Understanding
Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs
Strengthen Diplomatic and Program Capabilities
Management and Organizational Excellence
Organizational Impacts
Department - USAID Policy Council
Department - USAID Management Council
Appendices
Appendix A: Strategic Planning Framework
Appendix B: Department of State Program Evaluation Plan
Appendix C: USAID Program Evaluation Plan
Appendix D: Acronym Guide
Acknowledgments