FOREIGN ASSISTANCE: USAID Needs to Improve Its Strategic Planning to Address Current and Future Workforce Needs

Ford, Jess T.
June 2010
GAO Reports;6/30/2010, preceding p1
Government Documents
The article reports that the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) needs to revise it plans to address the present and future labor force needs. The agency's workforce had declined 2.7 % from 2004-2009 due to the decreasing number of U.S. and foreign national personal service contractors. In addition, USAID has workforce gaps and vacancies at the six missions evaluated by the Government Accountability Office.


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