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USAID Human Resources Report

Comprehensive review of the human resource systems, practices, and culture at USAID. Includes recommendations for systematic reform and insights on how to strengthen staff development and support.

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Barriers and Bridges: USAID Office of Human Resources

Author: Wildes, Vivienne J.
Full report exploring the growing gap between USAID Forward's emphasis on local solutions and the ability of Missions and their staff to undertake approaches that enrich local capacities, both in host governments and civil society. Examines workforce composition and how the Agency defines jobs, identifies competencies, recruits, selects, prepares and ultimately rewards personnel; considers job-relatedness in light of USAID Forward's tenets, and concludes with recommendations.
July, 2014

Executive Summary of Barriers and Bridges: USAID Office of Human Resources Report

Briefly presents the key HR issues related to the growing gap between USAID Forward’s emphasis on local solutions and the ability of Missions and their staff to undertake approaches that enrich local capacities, both in host governments and civil society.

July, 2014