Fy 2013 Annual Performance Report Fy 2015 Annual Performance Plan

Fy 2013 Annual Performance Report Fy 2015 Annual Performance Plan : U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (Black and White)

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This Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 Annual Performance Report (APR) and FY 2015 Annual Performance Plan (APP) for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) provides detailed performance-related information to the President, the Congress, and the American people. The report allows readers to assess HUD's FY 2013 performance, revisions to FY 2014 goals, and plans for FY 2015 relative to its mission and stewardship of public resources. This report consists of several important sections: Agency and Mission This section contains HUD's mission statements, its vision, organizational structure, and scope of responsibilities, as well as an introductory message from the HUD Secretary, Shaun Donovan, in which he highlights key FY 2013 program accomplishments and policy priorities going forward. Strategic Goals and Strategic Objectives This section contains HUD's strategic framework, as established in the new HUD Strategic Plan FY 2014-2018. It is comprised of four overarching strategic goals and 12 strategic objectives which help frame HUD's discussion of its performance targets and associated priorities. The majority of this APP-APR is organized by strategic objective. Strategic objectives are intended to reflect the outcome or management impact an agency is trying to achieve. Each objective will be tracked annually through a specific set of performance indicators. In addition, HUD's strategic framework contains eight management objectives that are intended to improve departmental operations. Please note that Agency Priority Goals (or APGs) are denoted by a * throughout this document. Each agency is responsible for identifying a limited number of performance goals that are high priorities over a two-year period. These APGs support improvements in near-term outcomes, customer service, or efficiencies, and advance progress toward longer-term, outcome-focused strategic goals and objectives in an agency's Strategic Plan. Thus, while strategic objectives are evaluated annually and focus on longer-term performance goals, Agency Priority Goals are evaluated quarterly and focus on near-term results. For each strategic goal, we have included its associated strategic objectives, an overview of the problem(s) HUD is attempting to address through these objectives, strategies for achieving the objectives, goal leaders, major milestones, and performance indicators to track our progress. HUD's APGs were established in FY 2012 to cover a two-year performance period (FY 2012-2013). Thus, in this consolidated FY 2013 APR and FY 2015 APP, we present to readers a synopsis of both final outcomes on the FY 2012-2013 APGs, and plans and targets for the FY 2014-2105 APGs. For most metrics, HUD has committed targets for FY14 and FY15 which will enable us to track our performance in the next two years. For some metrics, we are still gathering data to establish baselines and preparing to set targets in future years. These metrics are indicated with the phrases "Establish Baseline" and "Target TBD" in the relevant tables. A third category of metrics, marked as "Tracking Only," provide information about program operations or external conditions but will not have targets. For these metrics, targets would be difficult to establish, would not provide meaningful indications of agency performance expectations, and/or could create unintended incentives for program staff and our partners.show more

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  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 215.9 x 279.4 x 7.87mm | 412.77g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508496803
  • 9781508496809