IBB Gallup researcher in Angola 2014

The BBG provides a variety of public reports offering detailed information about the Agency and its functions, including budget, audience, and performance. Many reports have both current and past editions available. To learn more about each, and to access downloadable versions, click on one of the links below.

Performance Reports

Language Service Review

The annual Language Service Review (LSR) is a process during which the BBG prioritizes its language services, providing strategic direction for the budgeting purposes. Read more »

BBG Research Series

In partnership with Gallup

Attend one of our research briefings providing leaders, policy makers and academics with data on how people use radio, television and digital media in key developing countries.

Human Resources Reports

No Fear Act

Quarterly summary of statistical data pertaining to complaints of employment discrimination filed against it by employee, former employees and applicants for employment, as required by the No Fear Act. Read more »

Federal Employee Viewpoint Surveys

FEVS results provide valuable insight into the challenges agency leaders face and continue to shape the agency’s ongoing efforts to increase workplace engagement and employee satisfaction. Read more »

Contracts Reports


The BBG submits an annual inventory of both inherently governmental and commercial activities to the OMB in accordance with the FAIR Act of 1998 (P.L 105-270) and OMB Circular A-76 policy. Read more »

BBG Service Contract Inventory

As required by Section 743 of Division C of the 2010 Consolidated Appropriations Act and the OMB memorandum of November 5, 2010, Subject: Service Contract Inventories, read BBG’s annual Service Contract Inventory. Read more »

Privacy and Security

Notice of Systems of Records (PDF, 137 KB)

A compilation of the BBG’s Systems of Records
maintained under the Privacy Act of
1974 (5 U.S.C. 552a), as amended.

FOIA Reports

Quarterly and annual reports which the Department of Justice requires Federal agencies provide the public concerning the management and operation of their FOIA programs.


The BBG supports the President’s Open Government Directive and has created this Web page to document its specific actions to implement the principles set forth in the President’s Memorandum.