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Identifying skill gaps and staffing needs is key to addressing the federal government’s IT workforce challenges.
We evaluated how major executive agencies implemented the 8 IT workforce planning practices in our framework, like recognizing key skills employees will need and planning for them.
In passing the Food for Peace Act in 2008, Congress authorized up to $22 million annually for fiscal years 2009 to 2012 to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to improve, monitor, and evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of nonemergency food aid programs.
In January 2006, the Secretary of State announced major changes in the U.S. government's process for directing and managing foreign assistance programs in a reorganization and revision of operational procedures commonly known as the F Process.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO discussed the Department of State and the Agency for International Development's (AID) efforts: (1) to increase worldwide awareness of the year 2000 problem, assess international preparedness, and inform American citizens of risks; (2) to report progress in remediating...