The Office of U.S. Foreign Assistance Resources (F) ensures the strategic and effective allocation, management, and use of foreign assistance resources. F reports to the Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources.
The office has had four leaders since it was established. During the previous Administration, F’s first two directors held dual roles as Director of Foreign Assistance with the rank of Deputy Secretary of State and as USAID Administrator. When F was created, it absorbed USAID’s budget and planning functions. The current Administration changed this arrangement by establishing the position of Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources (D(N)) and restoring the position of USAID Administrator as separate from the Director of Foreign Assistance.
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