Report
Bureau of Budget and Planning
May 31, 2013


Table of Contents

Introduction
Approach Summary
Program Inventory


Introduction

The GPRA Modernization Act (GPRAMA) of 2010 requires a central inventory of all Federal programs. The Federal Program Inventory has the potential to facilitate coordination across programs by making it easier to find programs that can contribute to a shared goal, as well as improve public understanding about what Federal programs do and how programs link to budget, performance and other information.

This document describes the foreign assistance programs of the Department of State (State) and U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), as well as how each program supports the Joint State-USAID Strategic Goals (Joint Strategic Goals) and Strategic Objectives. Please refer to www.Performance.gov for program contributions to our Agency Priority Goals as well as Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goals.

Approach Summary

State and USAID makes progress towards the seven Joint Strategic Goals through State Operations and its foreign assistance programs. This document applies to foreign assistance programs only. Please see the State Department’s Administration of Foreign Affairs Federal Program Inventory for information on State Operations programs.

The State and USAID foreign assistance programs are defined as the Foreign Assistance Dashboard sectors. There are thirty-seven applicable Foreign Assistance Dashboard sectors organized under eight broader foreign assistance categories across two agencies – State and USAID. For example, a category is Health, with Malaria as the sector. The full list of the Foreign Assistance Dashboard categories and sectors and corresponding definitions can be found here.

The Foreign Assistance Dashboard was created in response to the principles of the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness and President Obama’s Open Government Initiative. The goal of the Foreign Assistance Dashboard is to make all U.S. Government foreign assistance investments available in a uniform, accessible, and easy-to-understand format. OMB Bulletin No. 12-01 provides additional information on this statutory requirement for all U.S. Government agencies to provide foreign assistance data.

The State and USAID foreign assistance programs make progress towards five of the seven Joint Strategic Goals, see below. Next to each State and USAID foreign assistance program is the applicable Joint Strategic Goal(s).

• Joint Strategic Goal 1 (SG1): Counter threats to the United States and the international order, and advance civilian security around the world.

• Joint Strategic Goal 2 (SG2): Effectively manage transitions in the frontline states.

• Joint Strategic Goal 3 (SG3): Expand and sustain the ranks of prosperous, stable and democratic states by promoting effective, accountable, democratic governance; respect for human rights; sustainable, broad-based economic growth; and well being.

• Joint Strategic Goal 4 (SG4): Provide humanitarian assistance and support disaster mitigation.

• Joint Strategic Goal 7 (SG7): Build a 21st century workforce; and achieve U.S. Government operational and consular efficiency and effectiveness, transparency and accountability; and a secure U.S. government presence internationally.

The Department of State and USAID do not currently have Strategic Objectives, but are in the process of developing the next Joint State-USAID Strategic Plan, which will be released in early 2014. That plan will include Strategic Goals and Strategic Objectives to support those goals. This inventory will be updated to reflect alignment to the new Strategic Objectives at that time.

Program Inventory

Below are the thirty-seven State and USAID foreign assistance programs organized under eight broader foreign assistance categories. The State and USAID foreign assistance programs are defined as the Foreign Assistance Dashboard sectors. For more information, including budget information, please click on the category headings or go here: http://www.foreignassistance.gov/ObjectiveView.aspx.

State and USAID both support Programs under each of these categories.


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Peace and Security

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Counter-Terrorism

SG1 and SG2

Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)

SG1 and SG2

Stabilization Operations and Security Sector Reform

SG1 and SG2

Counter-Narcotics

SG1 and SG2

Transnational Crime

SG1 and SG2

Conflict Mitigation

SG1 and SG2


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Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Rule of Law and Human Rights

SG2 and SG3

Good Governance

SG2 and SG3

Political Competition and Consensus-Building

SG2 and SG3

Civil Society

SG2 and SG3


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Health

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

HIV/AID

SG2 and SG3

Tuberculosis

SG2 and SG3

Malaria

SG3

Pandemic Influenza and Other Emerging Threats (PIOET)

SG3

Other Public Health Threats

SG2 and SG3

Maternal and Child Health

SG2 and SG3

Family Planning and Reproductive Health

SG2 and SG3

Water Supple and Sanitation

SG2 and SG3

Nutrition

SG2 and SG3


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Education and Social Services

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Basic Education

SG2 and SG3

Higher Education

SG2 and SG3

Policies, Regulations, and Systems

SG2 and SG3

Social Services

SG2 and SG3

Social Assistance

SG2 and SG3


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Economic Development

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Macroeconomic Foundations for Growth

SG2 and SG3

Trade and Investment

SG2 and SG3

Financial Sector

SG2 and SG3

Infrastructure

SG2 and SG3

Agriculture

SG2 and SG3

Private Sector Competitiveness

SG2 and SG3

Economic Opportunity

SG2 and SG3


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Environment

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Environment

SG2 and SG3


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Humanitarian Assistance

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Protection, Assistance, and Solutions

SG2 and SG4

Disaster Readiness

SG2 and SG4

Migration Management

SG2 and SG4


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Program Management

Foreign Assistance Program

Joint Strategic Goal

Direct Administrative Costs

SG7

Monitoring and Evaluation

SG7