Review of USAID/Afghanistan’s Use of Third-Country National Employees.
Fiscal Year: 2012
Audit Report Available: No
Description: Third–country national employees are normally used when qualified employees are not available in the host country; time limitations or other conditions prevent training employees in the host country for the job; or program efficiency and policy objectives can be achieved only by using third–country nationals as a temporary substitute for available, eligible, and qualified U.S. citizens or employees from the host country. In all cases, the establishment of a third–country national position should be temporary. In FY 2011, USAID/Afghanistan mission had 14 third– country national employees whose estimated annual payroll was $1.7 million. This audit will determine whether the mission is efficiently using third–country national employees appropriately while training Afghan staff to assume their responsibilities.
Source: Office of Inspector General ANNUAL PLAN FISCAL YEAR 2012
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