Office of Foreign Assistance
The Office of Foreign Assistance leads the coordination of U.S. foreign assistance. It advances U.S. national security and development objectives by coordinating policy, planning, and performance management efforts; promoting evidence-informed decision making; and providing strategic direction for the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development foreign assistance resources.
Foreign Assistance Resource Library
The Resource Library publishes information about the strategies that guide the Department’s foreign assistance, how foreign assistance programs are developed, and how we assess the extent to which they are meeting their intended objectives.Learn More About the Foreign Assistance Resource Library Foreign Assistance Resource Library
Foreign Assistance Evaluations
In accordance with the Department of State's program and project design, monitoring, and evaluation policy, and its guidance on dissemination of evaluation results, the Office of Foreign Assistance will publish full evaluations of unclassified foreign assistance evaluations on a rolling basis beginning in calendar year 2015.Learn More About the Foreign Assistance Evaluations Foreign Assistance Evaluations
Resources and Reports
The Office of Foreign Assistance (F) provides dynamic tools and resources to assist the U.S. government in foreign assistance implementation, and for the American public to better access and understand foreign assistance.Learn More About the Resources and Reports Resources and Reports