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Committee on Foreign RelationsIntroducedMarch 7th, 2019
- senate Committees
Addressing the human and economic costs of global violence requires an interagency approach by U.S. federal agencies and cooperation with international partners. This bill would improve that coordination by developing an integrated strategy to reduce global violence.
USAID, the State Department, and DOD engage on very different issues in each country they’re present in, so interagency coordination of violence reduction efforts may not be fruitful. In areas where coordination is beneficial, agencies should already be cooperating.