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The U.S. government operates two websites that serve as repositories for foreign assistance data reported from the over 20 U.S. government agencies that manage foreign assistance programs around the world. The websites, ForeignAssistance.gov and Foreign Aid Explorer, are operated by the Department of State (State) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), respectively, and they each play important roles in advancing the accessibility and transparency of U.S. foreign assistance information for stakeholders.
To fully address the data differences and ensure the public has access to an authoritative source on foreign assistance funding, USAID and State are working together to execute a three-phase consolidation solution. The outcome is an aid transparency reporting and publication process that is sustainable, of high quality, and timely, and fulfills all domestic and international aid transparency requirements. Learn more about the consolidation by downloading our Fact Sheet. To visit Foreign Aid Explorer, click here or return to the ForeignAssistance.gov homepage.