The Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review (QDDR): provides a blueprint for advancing America’s interests in global security, inclusive economic growth, climate change, accountable governance and freedom for all. As a joint effort of the Department of State and the U.S. Agency for International Development, the review identifies major global and operational trends that constitute threats or opportunities, delineates priorities and reforms to ensure our civilian institutions are in the strongest position to shape and respond to a rapidly changing world. To Read the 2015 QDDR Documents, Please see below:

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FOUR STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

Date: 2015 Description: QDDR Conflict and Violent Extremism - State Dept Image Date: 2015 Description: QDDR Open, Democratic Societies - State Dept Image Date: 2015 Description: QDDR Inclusive Economic Growth - State Dept Image Date: 2015 Description: QDDR Climate Change - State Dept Image Date: 2015 Description: 2015 Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review - State Dept Image
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Recommendations To Build the Organization from Within

Date: 2015 Description: QDDR Building Dynamic Organizations for the Challenges Ahead - State Dept Image Date: 2015 Description: QDDR Investing in a Skilled, Agile Workforce - State Dept Image
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VIDEOS ON THE 2015 QDDR

What is the QDDR?

QDDR: Voices of State/USAID Personnel