Audit of USAID/Guatemala’s Democracy and Governance Program
USAID/Guatemala's follow-on democracy and governance program aim to implement reforms at sufficient scale to achieve transformational impact.
USAID/Guatemala include support for civil society advocacy efforts in its follow-on program or arrange for such support in coordination with other donors.
USAID/Guatemala condition further efforts to train Government of Guatemala employees on progress toward civil service reform.
USAID/Guatemala, in coordination with its implementing partners, establish procedures for systematically evaluating and following up with training participants as appropriate to assess the impact and effectiveness of training.
USAID/Guatemala make a determination of eligibility for $36,238 in unsupported leverage contributions and $598,188 in ineligible contributions under the Youth Alliance Program and for any shortfalls in contributions obtain additional contributions under the current Youth Challenge Program.
USAID/Guatemala verify that Creative Associates has implemented a satisfactory system for valuing volunteer work under the program.
USAID/Guatemala, in conjunction with its implementing partners, develop and implement a system to reasonably ensure that reported information is accurate.
USAID/Guatemala develop a performance management plan for its follow-on democracy and governance program that meets USAID policy requirements.