Annual Performance Reports

As defined by the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA) and the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010 (GPRA-MA), each federal agency, including the IAF, publishes an Annual Performance Report (APR) on the IAF’s progress in achieving the goals and objectives described in our five-year strategic plan on an annual fiscal year basis.

See the most recent IAF reports below:

Annual Performance Reports

Performance and Accountability Reports

Annual Management Reports

Download IAF’s Annual Management Reports

Congressional Budget Justification

The Congressional Budget Justification (CBJ), forwarded to the United States Congress after approval by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), explains IAF programs, accounts for the results of prior-year spending and substantiates the allocation requested for the next fiscal year.

Congressional Budget Justifications by year:

Financial Statement Audits

For more information on IAF financial audits, visit the USAID Inspector General’s website.


The IAF shares openly the allocation of its resources and the results that its investments achieve. This Website describes the rationale for each new grant funding action, features a portfolio of active projects, explains IAF’s methodology for measuring results, and shares the agency’s annual report on grant results and ex-post evaluations of projects five years after funding has expired.

Starting in 2012, the IAF demonstrated its commitment to transparency and prudent use of its allocated funds with an evaluation by the Foundation Center, which awarded it the “glasspockets” designation for transparency, accountability and accessibility of information. To date, the IAF is the only federal agency to receive this recognition.