Coordination among U.S.G. agencies contributing to
sustainable development increased.
To achieve progress against this performance goal, the Agency
works, under the direction of the Department of State, to ensure
greater harmonization of U.S. policies affecting developing
Priority is given to particular global issues or
programs that directly affect U.S. national interests.
Agency contributes to U.S. government policy regarding
international development issues including UN reform, the Agenda
for Development, the U.S. Japan Common Agenda, the U.S. EC new
Transatlantic Agenda and the application of the DAC 21st Century
Report to the multilateral development organizations.
USAID technical and policy staff ensure that technical issues are
fully addressed in U.S. government positions in international
As part of these efforts, USAID disseminates to other USG
foreign affairs agencies information that highlights evaluation
findings the status of global and regional development issues and
USAID Management Goal:
USAID remains a premier bilateral development
(a) Statements at the objective level across the strategic
plans of U.S. government agencies concerned with
sustainable development are consistent;
(b) Coordination of activities at the USAID program
approach level across U.S. government agencies concerned
with sustainable development enhanced.
USAID and other agency strategic plans; mission
performance plans; analytical assessments by USAID's
Bureau for Policy and Program Coordination.
Performance Goal 3:
U.S. government agencies contributing
to sustainable development increased.
Percent of shared objective level
statements across agencies
Increased complementarity of goals,
strategies, and performance among the
U.S. government agencies at the country
Baselines for these indicators will be developed from the
strategic plans of concerned agencies during FY 1998.
performance benchmarks may be changed accordingly.
Expected progress through FY 1999 will result from consultations,
began in FY 1998, with other USG foreign affairs agencies, within
the framework of The International Affairs Strategic Plan, to