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Afghanistan: State and USAID Should Evaluate Actions Taken to Mitigate Effects of Attrition among Local Staff
Michael J. Courts (au)
Congress established a special immigrant visa (SIV) program in 2009 for Afghan nationals with at least 1 year of U.S. government service, given the risk these employees face. Local staff at the U.S. diplomatic mission in Afghanistan are key to implementing U.S. policies and programs because of their institutional knowledge, language skills, and local relationships. A high rate of Afghan staff resigning after receiving an SIV could diminish the U.S. government劌製 capacity to carry out its mission. This report evaluated (1) SIV-related resignations, including how, if at all, the State Department劌製 (State劌製) and U.S. Agency for International Development劌製 (USAID劌製) workforces have been affected in recent years; (2) the actions, if any, State and USAID have taken to mitigate any effects related to attrition of Afghan staff, including SIV recipients; and (3) the extent to which State and USAID have evaluated mitigating actions related to the attrition of Afghan local staff, including SIV recipients. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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