Environmental Protection Agency

Agency Overview

To achieve the Agency’s domestic environmental and human health mission, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will work with international partners to address international sources of pollution, as well as the impacts of pollution from the United States on other countries and the global environment. EPA supports the implementation of technical analysis, policy, and international cooperation project activities that will promote the reduction of pollutants impacting air, water, food crops, and food chains. The Agency’s efforts include working with international partners to successfully address transboundary pollution adversely impacting the United States and to strengthen environmental laws and governance to more closely align with U.S. standards and practices and to help level the playing field for U.S. industry.

Environmental Protection Agency Data

U.S. government agencies report data quarterly to ForeignAssistance.gov to comply with the Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act of 2016 (FATAA). Each agency is required by FATAA to report data for FY2015 as the minimum base year, although some agencies have reported data prior to FY2015. Agency reporting completeness for FY2015 onward is captured below.

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Data Last Updated: 8/23/2019

Requested Funding By Fiscal Year | EPA

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Appropriated Funding By Fiscal Year | EPA

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Obligated Funding By Fiscal Year | EPA

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Spent Funding By Fiscal Year | EPA

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Transaction Data | EPA

Transaction data represents every individual financial record in an agency’s accounting system for program work with implementing partners and administrative expenses. Transaction data is the most granular form of financial data. Each data record - or financial transaction - contains qualitative data fields, including descriptive titles, vendor names, and location, along with the financial data. Thus, transaction data is called Disaggregated data as it disaggregates financial data into its most basic form.

The data shown above in the planned, obligated, and spent tabs represents transaction data aggregated at a higher level of analysis (by country and sector only), thus this data is called Aggregated data.

The table below displays every applicable award within each agency’s accounting system. An award may consist of multiple financial transactions. In these instances, the table displays the award’s aggregated sum of its individual transactions. Data from the table can be downloaded by selecting each individual award. The downloadable report disaggregates award data into individual transactions. If an award has multiple transactions, the downloadable report will generate lines of data for each transaction.

For additional information related to data definitions and classifications, please refer to the Glossary of Terms or the FAQs.

This data set will continue to be updated in accordance with Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Bulletin 12-01.

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Frequently Asked Questions | EPA

What are EPA's international programs? Does EPA finance projects in other countries?

EPA is a regulatory agency and does not generally finance projects overseas, although it sometimes does help with technology and training aspects of such projects. If you are looking for financial assistance for international projects, there may be some non-EPA resources available to you. Listed below are some organizations involved in environmental financing.

The World Bank provides financing for environmental projects. For information about the World Bank's activities, please visit:

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) implements America's foreign economic and humanitarian assistance programs. USAID also provides financing for environmental projects, private sector development and more.

Questions? Contact EPA's Office of International and Tribal Affairs

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