US organizations directly involved in providing foreign assistance*

Department of State**
Department of Defense**
US Agency for International Development
Foreign Agriculture Service/Department of Agriculture
Office of International Affairs/Department of the Treasury
U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA)
Office of International Affairs/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
National Institutes for Health/Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Coordinating Office for Global Health/CDC/HHS
Food and Drug Administration/HHS
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
Millennium Challenge Corporation
Office of Global Health Affairs/HHS
US African Development Foundation
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Customs and Border Protection/Department of Homeland Security
International Affairs Office/Department of Education
Office of Policy and International Affairs/Department of Energy
National Nuclear Security Administration/Department of Energy
Coast Guard
Office of International Programs/Drug Enforcement Agency/Department of Justice
FBI Academy/Department of Justice
National Institute of Justice/Department of Justice
International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program/Department of Justice
Bureau of International Labor Affairs/Department of Labor
International Programs/Federal Highway Administration/Department of Transportation
Assistant Secretary for Aviation and International Affairs/Department of Transportation
Federal Judicial Center
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center/Department of Homeland Security
US Geological Survey/Department of the Interior
United States Institute for Peace
Peace Corps
Inter-American Foundation
National Institutes of Science and Technology/Department of Commerce
NOAA

*There are many other US departments and agencies that contribute expertise to foreign assistance issues. They are not included in this list, since their primary mission is to assist US business.

**There are many organizations within this Department that have a direct role in providing foreign assistance.