USAID is committed to aid transparency and is making great strides in complying with the International Aid Transparency Initiative.
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In Progress: How USAID is increasing transparency and modernizing information
On May 9, 2013, President Barack Obama issued Executive Order #13642 “Making Open & Machine Readable the New Default for Government Information.” The Executive Order was accompanied by the Office of Management and Budget’s Open Data Policy (M-13-13), which provides guidance on implementing the Executive Order, while maintaining protections for national and operational security, and individual privacy.
Open Government Progress
Today in London, more than 1,000 delegates from across the globe are gathering for the Open Government Partnership Annual Summit to celebrate a collaboration between government and civil society. Read more >>
A True Data Revolution
“A true data revolution” is necessary if we are to eradicate extreme poverty as part of the next generation of Millennium Development Goals. Read more >>
Keeping our Promise on Aid Transparency
I am proud to announce a significant step forward in our efforts to deliver development results more transparently and effectively than ever before. For the first time ever, you can visit the Foreign Assistance Dashboard and check out how our partners have spent our dollars.
USAID Reforms Aim to Strengthen Local Institutions and Systems
“No country wants to be dependent on another. No proud leader in this room wants to ask for aid. No family wants to be beholden to the assistance of other … But aid alone is not development. Read more >>
USAID’s Commitment to Transparency
At USAID, transparency is an important part of our commitment to achieving sustainable development results and to doing business well.
From the Field
Updates from USAID Missions abroad. Read more >>