New chief outlines his plans for fixing USAID

The new head of USAID, Rajiv Shah, will meet with the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday to provide answers to list of questions regarding the future activities of the organisation.

Shah wrote that he believes USAID needs the capacity to plan budgetary requirements and monitor and evaluate performance, a reference to the restoration of an intellectual brain trust inside the agency following the gutting of such capabilities under the Bush administration.

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