Below are strategic plans for bureaus, offices and agencies of the US Departments of Justice, Homeland Security, Health and Human Services, and Housing and Urban Development.
U.S. Department of Justice Strategic Plans
FY2014 - 2018 Department of Justice Strategic Plan
The Department of Justice Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2014-2018 provides a guide for describing and accomplishing the Department of Justice (DOJ) priorities over the next 5 years. This new Plan reflects the goals, objectives, and areas of emphasis of Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. While the strategic goals are similar to those in the prior version, this Plan places a stronger emphasis on rule of law, international partnerships , reinvigorating the traditional missions of the Department, criminal justice reform , and restoring credibility in this institution.
Office of Justice Programs Strategic Plan, FY 2007 - 2012
The FY2007-2012 Office of Justice Programs (OJP) Strategic Plan describes the underlying issues and situations facing the United States’ criminal and justice systems at the state, local, and tribal levels and how OJP is responding to them. It emphasizes the importance of partnerships between OJP and state, local, and tribal governments. Most important, the plan communicates the challenges that OJP faces in prioritizing increasing demands for resources and how it will address these challenges. The OJP Strategic Plan provides a framework to focus funding in order to optimize the return on investment of taxpayer dollars.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) is a national leader in the development and implementation of criminal justice policy and sound grant management. The BJA Strategic Plan for fiscal years 2013-2016 reflects the need to be innovative, yet evidenced-based and results-driven. Longstanding productive partnerships with the field have uniquely positioned BJA to understand and respond to the public safety needs of state, local, and tribal jurisdictions.
The strategic goals and objectives that constitute this plan, summarized in Table 1, were established within the context of the federated model that defines the Department’s mission operations. The Office of the Chief Information Officer’s (OCIO’s) customer groups include DOJ’s major law enforcement and litigating component bureaus along with numerous smaller offices across the Department. Each has a vital role to play, and each relies on information technology to accomplish their unique mission.
White House Office of National Drug Control Policy
Office of National Drug Control Policy National Drug Control Strategy, 2014
The Obama Administration’s inaugural National Drug Control Strategy, published in 2010, charted a new course in our efforts to reduce illicit drug use and its consequences in the United States—an approach that rejects the false choice between an enforcement-centric “war on drugs” and drug legalization. Science has shown that drug addiction is not a moral failing but rather a disease of the brain that can be prevented and treated. Informed by this basic understanding, the three Strategies that followed promoted a balance of evidence-based public health and safety initiatives focusing on key areas such as substance abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Strategic Plans
Department of Homeland Security Strategic Plan, FY 2012 - 2016
This strategic plan takes the results of the Quadrennial Homeland Security Review Report (2010), the Bottom-Up Review Report (2010), the Department's FY 2012 Budget and 2013 Budget Request, and the FY 2011-2013 Annual Performance Report and Annual Performance Plan and consolidates them into the structure required by the Government Performance Results Modernization Act of 2010 (P.L. 111-352).
Federal Emergency Management Agency Strategic Plan for FY 2014 - 2018
The FY2008-2013 Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Strategic Plan outlines a clear roadmap for building a stronger, dynamic, and innovative New FEMA that fulfills our vision of becoming the Nation’s Preeminent Emergency Management and Preparedness Agency. The Plan establishes strategic goals, objectives, and strategies that provide a solid framework for everyone in FEMA to see how their contributions fit in implementing FEMA’s vision. To ensure our combined success, every organization within FEMA should develop strategic plans that help implement FEMA’s Strategic Plan, as well as performance plans that support their unit’s strategic priorities.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Strategic Plans
Department of Health and Human Services Strategic Plan, FY 2014 - 2018
Every four years, HHS updates its Strategic Plan, which describes its work to address complex, multifaceted, and evolving health and human services issues. An agency strategic plan is one of three main elements required by the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) of 1993 (P.L. 103-62) and the GPRA Modernization Act of 2010 (P.L. 111-352). An agency strategic plan defines its mission, goals, and the means by which it will measure its progress in addressing specific national problems over a four-year period.
For the period FY 2014—2018, HHS is publishing its Strategic Plan as a Web document, which will be updated periodically to reflect the Department’s strategies, actions, and progress toward its goals. The Web version of the Strategic Plan, rather than focusing on a static set of performance measures, provides priorities, accomplishments, and next steps that are tracked and updated frequently, reinforcing the Strategic Plan’s function as a living, vital document that serves a genuine management purpose. The Strategic Plan was last updated March 10, 2014.
Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response Strategic Plan, FY 2011 - 2015
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR) is a leader in preparing the nation and its communities to respond to and recover from public health and medical disasters and emergencies. ASPR priorities are to: be innovative in responding to and recovering from incidents; foster new ways of thinking about how the parts of the health care system integrate with each other and how the entire health care system works in concert with the public health system and preparedness and response partners; and, to make lasting systems improvements in the way we provide medical countermeasures for potential threats.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of Housing and Urban Development Strategic Plan, FY 2010 - 2015
Crafted with the input of more than 1,500 HUD employees and partners, this Strategic Plan provides the direction and focus HUD needs to provide quality, affordable homes located in strong, sustainable, inclusive communities. It proposes to accomplish this through five core goals: (1) strengthen the nation’s housing market to bolster the economy and protect consumers; (2) meet the need for wuality affordable rental homes; (3) utilize housing as a platform for improving quality of fife; (4) build inclusive and sustainable communities free from discrimination; (5) transform the way HUD does business. Meeting these five goals requires HUD to embrace the new housing landscape that has emerged in the nearly half century since the agency was created in 1965.