|Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation||
An agency strategic plan is one of three main elements required by the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) of 1993 (Public Law 103-62). An agencys strategic plan defines its missions, goals, and the means by which it will measure its progress in addressing specific national problems, needs, or challenges related to its mission over the course of at least five years. In the past, HHS updated its strategic plan every three years; however, GPRA was amended in 2010 (GPRA Modernization Act), and now requires agency strategic plans to be updated every four years.
The current HHS Strategic Plan, FY 2010 2015, was published 2010 and is periodically updated to reflect the Departments strategies, actions, and progress toward its goals. The Strategic Plan, provides priorities, accomplishments, and next steps that are tracked and updated frequently, reinforcing the Strategic Plans function as a living, vital document that serves a genuine management purpose.
Current version of the Strategic Plan:
HHS Strategic Plan 2007 - 2012
http://aspe.hhs.gov/hhsplan/2007/HHSStrategicPlan0712.htm (HTML Version)
http://aspe.hhs.gov/hhsplan/2007/hhsplanpdf/hhsplan2007.pdf (PDF Version)
HHS Strategic Plan 2004 - 2009
http://aspe.hhs.gov/hhsplan/2004/hhsplan2004.pdf (PDF Version)
HHS Strategic Plan 2004-2009 (HTML Version of Goals and Objectives only)
HHS Strategic Plan 2001 - 2006
http://aspe.hhs.gov/hhsplan/2001/index.shtml (HTML Version)
If you need assistance reading this document or have questions, please contact Sarah Potter at Sarah.Potter@hhs.gov.