Transparency, Participation, and Collaboration
The three principles of transparency, participation, and collaboration form the cornerstone of an Open Government.
Transparency promotes accountability by providing the public with information about what the Government is doing.
Participation allows members of the public to contribute ideas and expertise so that their government can make policies with the benefit of information that is widely dispersed in society.
Collaboration improves the effectiveness of Government by encouraging partnerships and cooperation within the Federal Government, across levels of government, and between the Government and private institutions.
View the Open Government Initiative Report here.
USADF Open Government Initiatives
Online Grant and Project Information – All recent and active USADF project grants are now viewable online, in the map section of each country page . This information includes project locations, project photographs, project budgets, and specific project goals an objectives.
Social Media – USADF utilizes social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube to make current program information readily available to the public. These sources may be accessed from the bottom of each web page.
Foreign Assistance Dashboard – USADF is proud to announce that its data is available to the public on the U.S. Foreign Assistance Dashboard. The Foreign Assistance Dashboard is an easy way to access information on foreign assistance investments for many U.S. government programs. USADF is only the second agency to provide all levels of data for the last five years: budget planning, obligation, spent, and transaction data. Click here to view USADF data.
Additional Online Information – To increase accountability and promote informed participation by the public, USADF has expanded access to more information, now available online for downloads in open formats.
- 2018 Chief FOIA Officer Report (PDF)
- Open Government Initiative Statement (PDF)
- 2018 3rd Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2018 2nd Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2018 1st Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2017 Annual FOIA Report (PDF)
- 2017 Annual FOIA Report (XML)
- 2017 4th Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2017 3rd Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2017 2nd Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2017 Chief FOIA Officer Report
- 2017 1st Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2016 4th Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2016 Annual FOIA Report (XML)
- 2016 Annual FOIA Report (PDF)
- USADF Shutdown Plan August 2017
- 2016 3rd Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2016 2nd Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2016 Chief FOIA Officer Report
- 2016 Congressional Budget Justification
- 2016 1st Quarter FOIA Report (XML)
- 2015 Annual Employee Survey Results
- 2015 Annual FOIA Report (PDF)
- 2015 Annual FOIA Report (XML)
- 2015 Chief FOIA Officer Report
- 2014 Annual FOIA Report (DOC)
- 2014 Financial Audit
- 2014 Chief FOIA Officer Report
- 2013 Chief FOIA Officer Report
- 2012 Chief FOIA Officer Report
- 2012 Program Audit
- 2011 Chief FOIA Officer Report
FOIA Information – To learn more about USADF FOIA policies please contact us.
No Fear Act Equal Employment Opportunity Report
The Notification of Federal Employee Anti-discrimination Retaliation Act of 2002 (No FEAR Act), Public Law 207-174, was signed into law by President George W. Bush on May 15, 2002, and became effective October 1, 2003. Its purpose is to increase the accountability of Federal agencies for violations of anti-discrimination and whistleblower protection laws.
One of the requirements of the No FEAR Act is for Federal agencies to post on their public website statistical data concerning complaints of employment discrimination. This data is updated on a quarterly basis. To download USADF’s latest NO FEAR Act report, click here.