Audit of USAID’s Reporting on Global Development Alliances
Country: United States
Fiscal Year: 2009
Audit Report Available: No
USAID uses global development alliances to engage nongovernmental organizations in jointly defining a development problem and contributing to its solution. In September 2005, OIG issued a report on its audit of USAID’s alliances, summarizing the results of audits in India, Nigeria, Peru, South Africa, and Zambia from December 2004 to May 2005. The audit report included four recommendations for USAID to strengthen the completeness and accuracy of alliance reporting.
As of December 2007, USAID reported that it had entered into more than 600 alliances with more than 1,700 partners, leveraging $5.8 billion in private funding by using $2.1 billion in public funding.
This audit will follow up on the prior audit to (1) determine whether USAID has fully and clearly disclosed the nature and limitations of reported alliance data in its external and internal reports and (2) assess the alliances’ impact.
Source: Office of Inspector General ANNUAL PLAN FISCAL YEAR 2009
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