|材料类型：||文献, 政府刊物, 国家级的政府刊物, 互联网资源|
|所有的著者/提供者：||United States. Government Accountability Office.|
|注意：||Title from PDF title screen (viewed Jan. 23, 2013).
|描述：||1 online resource (iii, 50 p.) : col. maps|
U.S. agencies' development efforts in Afghanistan overlap --
Analysis for potential duplication was inconclusive because of limitations and gaps in agency data --
U.S. agencies use various methods to coordinate but lack a shared database that includes all development efforts --
|其他题名：||Afghanistan development :
Agencies could benefit from a shared and more comprehensive database on United States efforts
Congress has provided almost $20 billion for development efforts in Afghanistan since 2002 through four main programs or accounts administered by USAID, DOD, and State. These efforts are a key component of the U.S. civilian-military strategic framework focused on countering insurgents in Afghanistan. Given the volume and multifaceted nature of U.S. support for Afghan development, it is essential that agencies streamline their efforts to reduce unnecessary overlap and duplication. As such, this report examines (1) the extent to which U.S. agencies' development efforts overlap, (2) the extent to which USAID and DOD's CERP may have conducted duplicative activities, and (3) the mechanisms that U.S. agencies have used to enhance coordination of their development efforts, in Afghanistan.
- United States. -- Agency for International Development -- Rules and practice.
- United States. -- Department of Defense -- Rules and practice.
- United States. -- Department of State -- Rules and practice.
- Economic assistance, American -- Afghanistan.
- Interagency coordination -- United States.
- United States. -- Agency for International Development.
- United States. -- Department of Defense.
- United States. -- Department of State.
- Economic assistance, American.
- Interagency coordination.
- United States.