Security Cooperation

In 2011, the United States, along with seven other countries, launched the Open Government Partnership, a global, multi-stakeholder platform in which governments and civil society come together to advance transparency and accountability, bolster citizen engagement, and harness new technologies to strengthen governance. As part of the Open Government Partnership, the U.S. has developed National Action Plans which, among other efforts, requires increasing transparency in foreign assistance, including security assistance, by releasing government-wide reporting guidance. As a result, the United States established ForeignAssistance.gov as the premier vehicle for displaying United States Government foreign assistance program data. This data is available at: http://beta.foreignassistance.gov/.

However, foreign assistance programs form only a small portion of the Department of Defense's security cooperation program portfolio. Department of Defense security cooperation program information, not published on ForeignAssistance.gov, will be published on this site in the interests of improved transparency.


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Budget Documents

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