FAIR Act Report - Agency for International Development

Agency for International Development

This list includes all activities performed by federal employees that could be outsourced to private firms, as reported by the agency. Activities that are considered "inherently governmental" are not included on the list.

Activity Number
of Jobs
Location
Employee Development 4 Washington, D.C.
Employee Relations 2
Labor Relations 2
Personnel Management Specialist 9
Management Support 9
Administrative Support-Personnel Mgmt Centralized 17
Management - Finance & Accounting 1
Management Support-Finance & Accounting 19
ADP Support-Finance & Accounting 8
Administrative Support-Finance & Accounting 15
Voucher Examining 3
Cash Receipt 1
Accounting Technicians 1
Travel Processing 3
Financial Report Generation 1
Payroll Processing 9
Budget Formulation, Analysis & Support 1
Financial Analysis 2
Cash & Debt Management 13
Financial Program Management 7
Public Information Services 7
Management-Environment 2
Management Support-Environment 2
Management Support-Procurement 6
Administrative Support-Procurement 11
Family Services 1
Other Social Services 2
Management Support-Social Services 3
Administrative Support-Social Services 2
Management Support-Health Services 1
Administrative Support-Health Services 1
Management Support-Grants Management 4
Advertising & PR 3
Public Affairs 7
Congressional Affairs 6
Press Relations 7
Motor Vehicle Operation 1
Building Services 3
Management Support-Installation Services 2
Administrative Support-Installation Services 4
Printing and Reproduction 4
Visual Information 3
Administrative Support-Other Manufacturing Ops 3
Management-Education and Training 3
Management Support-Education & Training 1
Data Processing Services 2
Other ADP Functions 6
Commanders & Support Staff 2
Administrative Complaint Adjudications 2
Budget & Financial Program Management 11
Personnel, Community Activities, & Manpower Mgmt 2
Other Functions-Other Selected Functions 5
Management-Other Selected Functions 6
Management Support-Other Selected Functions 88
Administrative Support-Other Selected Functions 99
Total 439
* NOTE THAT ALL POSITIONS ARE LOCATED IN WASHINGTON D.C. ALL FOREIGN SERVICE POSITIONS ARE LOCATED OVERSEAS AND ARE INHERENTLY GOVERNMENTAL AND THUS EXEMPT.

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