Public Reports Available on the Peace Corps Official Website

As the transfer of power from a Democratic administration to that of a Republican administration looms, it may be very important to be able to review the Public Reports from Peace Corps.  If there is a Transition Report, I can not find it.  (I have made a FOIA request, but I suspect it will months before I get a response.)  These reports are the public summaries of Peace Corps work and also that of the Peace Corps Office of the Inspector General.  They may or may not be factors as the new administration directs policy for the Peace Corps.  The best way to scan all the Peace Corps Reports is to go to, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Open Gov and Inspector General.  Here are titles and links to those documents I think may be the most pertinent.

Peace Corps Reports:

Strategic Plan – FY 2014-2018 and Annual Performance Plan – FY 2016-2017

Congressional Budget Justification Fiscal Year 2017

Peace Corps Works: Cross Sectional Analysis of Host Country Impact Studies

Sexual Assault Advisory Council Report 2016 government/SAAC_Annual_Report_2016.pdf

Building Capacity, Building Peace: The Peace Corps Under the Obama Administration, 2009–2017

Inspector General Reports:

Semiannual Report to Congress: April 1, 2016 – September 30, 2016

Evaluation of the Peace Corps’ Sexual Assault Risk Reduction and Response Program

Management Challenges FY 2016

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