According to ADS 320.3.1, USAID employees must ensure that the applicable branding and marking policy directives and procedures are included in the instruments USAID uses to implement development assistance programs and projects.
ADS 3126.96.36.199 generally requires Marking Plans to be incorporated in USAID direct contracts to ensure that programs, projects, activities, public communications, or commodities prominently display the USAID identity. ADS 320.3.1 also states that to comply with the general requirement that USAID-funded foreign assistance be branded and marked, employees involved in program implementation must ensure that USAID implementing partners communicate that the assistance is from the American people.
ADS 3188.8.131.52 provides for exceptions to contract marking requirements, and ADS 3184.108.40.206 addresses waivers to contract marking requirements.
Require Implementing Partner to Adhere to Branding and Marking Policy.
Source: AUDIT REPORT NO. 7-685-10-005-P March 15, 2010
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- USAID’s Marking Requirement Is Not Being Followed - ADS 320.3
- USAID Branding Requirements not Followed - ADS 320 - 22 U.S.C. § 2401
- Implementer Has Not Complied With the Project Branding and Marking Plan - ADS 320
- USAID Branding and Marking Requirements Are Not Being Followed - Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, Public Law 87–195, section 641 - ADS 320
- Branding Requirements Were Not Followed - ADS 320, Branding and Marking - Section 641 of USAID’s framework legislation, the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961
- Adhering to Branding Requirements - ADS 320
- USAID Branding and Marking Guidelines Were Not Followed
- Partner Did Not Adhere to Branding Requirements - ADS 320
- Branding Policy Not Enforced - Section 641 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 - 22 U.S.C. 2401.
- Obtain Commitment From Beneficiaries - USAID’s joint Strategic Plan, Fiscal Years 2007–2012 - ADS 596.3.1 - GAO Standards for Internal Control in the Federal Government2 GAO/AIMD-00-21.3.1 (11/99), page 15
- USAID-Funded Publications Not Properly Marked - 22 CFR 226.91
- Implementers’ Branding and Public Announcement Efforts Not Monitored - ADS 320.3.1 - ADS 320.2a(3)
- Locations Lacked USAID Branding - Section 641 of USAID's framework legislation, the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 - ADS 320, ?Branding and Marking
- Items Funded by USAID Were Not Properly Marked - ADS 320.3.3
- Effectiveness of USAID Branding Needs to Be Improved - section 641 of USAID’s framework legislation, the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, codified as amended in 22 U.S.C. 2401 - ADS 3220.127.116.11 - , 22 CFR 211.5(h)