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    Former Employee - Program Manager  in  Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Program Manager in Washington, DC

    I worked at US Agency for International Development full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    DLI program brings in some highly skilled people with direct implementation experience. Compensation packages are the best in the industry. Excellent language and culture training for foreign assignments.

    Cons

    Training and development focused on organizational policies and procedures, not the latest learning or approaches in aid work or what is most relevant and needed for effective development programming. Career staff are development managers, not implementers and often have critical technical gaps in knowledge, skills and awareness.

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    Reporting requirements have overtaken real, effective development work. Politically driven mandates, at times directly at odds with effective development practice and learning, cause significant issues. In the worst cases, overly large programs coupled with critical design flaws and inadequate monitoring fuel corruption, waste and mismanagement in otherwise well-intentioned development investments.

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