OPIC’s annual report contains financial statements for the fiscal year, along with a comprehensive activities list and features several key projects.
In addition to the Annual Report, OPIC is also required by its statute to deliver to Congress an Annual Policy Report to Congress summarizing financial performance and U.S. economic and host country development impacts, along with financial performance.
Annual Policy Reports
For additional publications and reports to Congress, see additional publications and reports to congress;
The Federal Records Act and other statutes require all federal agencies to create records that document their activities, file records for safe storage and efficient retrieval, and dispose of records according to agency schedules. The publicly available www.opic.gov website contains documents and artifacts that detail how OPIC is meeting existing records management requirements including policy and guidance, laws and statutes, schedules, and tools.
• Policy and Guidance
• Laws & Statutes - http://www.archives.gov/about/laws/
• Schedules - A records schedule provides mandatory instructions for the disposition of records (including the transfer of permanent records and disposal of temporary records) when they are no longer needed by the agency. All federal records must be scheduled (44 U.S.C. 3303) either by an agency-specific schedule or a General Records Schedule (GRS). The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) must approve all records schedules.
OPIC-Specific Records Schedule: OPIC maintains a file plan and classification scheme describing the record type, the component owning the record, and the approved disposition. OPIC’s agency-specific schedule is being revised at the time of this writing. Upon completion of the revisions, that schedule will be posted to this page for public consumption.
NARA General Records Schedules: http://www.archives.gov/records-mgmt/grs
• Tools - OPIC Records Management Training Briefing
• Contact - Essie Bryant, Records Analyst & Agency Clearance Officer
Open Government Directive
In response to the Open Government Directive, OPIC has published three high-value datasets through the Data.gov initiative that fulfill the goal of making the government’s public information more accessible, which will serve to increase accountability and promote informed participation by the public. OPIC has selected the following three datasets to publish as the agency’s initial steps to expand access to its information by making it available online in an open format:
OPIC Greenhouse Gas Emissions Inventory - Summary project inventory with independent analysis to quantify the greenhouse gas ("GHG") emissions directly attributable to projects to which the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) is financially committed.
OPIC Greenhouse Gas Emissions Analysis Details - Independent analysis details quantifying the greenhouse gas ("GHG") emissions directly attributable to projects to which the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) is financially committed.
OPIC US and Developmental Effects FY 2008 - Analysis of the project's expected impact on U.S. employment and U.S. balance of payments flows. The analysis uses objective measurements to demonstrate the developmental impact of OPIC-supported projects.
To view these datasets, click here.
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