FY 1999 Annual Performance Plan:Organization of Annual Performance Plan
The first section, HUD's Mission - Empowering People and Communities,
discusses both HUD's mission as well as the management planning
efforts of the Department to restore public trust. The desire
of the Department to restore public trust crosses over all program
areas and permeates the very essence of our day-to-day operations.
Without that focus, HUD cannot achieve its mission. The combined
force of these two efforts provides the focus for the various
HUD programs as they move towards their strategic objectives.
The next section, Means and Strategies: Resource Allocation,
discusses the issue of resource allocation, the problems HUD is
facing and how we intend to address them. This section also explains
one possible answer: the Resource Estimation and Allocation Plan
(REAP), which would identify, justify and match resource requirements
for effective and efficient program administration and management.
The third section, Validation and Verification, discusses the
different challenges regarding data integrity and database development
faced by the program areas. In some cases, new baseline data
will need to be developed. Discussions focus on both the challenges
and the steps being taken to meet them.
The next seven sections discuss each strategic objective, how each one relates to the Departmental mission and the performance measures established to achieve these objectives.
Each section is divided as follows:
The final section of the Annual Performance Plan addresses the specific planning efforts under HUD 2020: Management Reform Plan and contains (a) the performance measures for management efforts Department-wide and (b) the proposed goals for the three principal Centers to be established under HUD 2020 (Assessment, Enforcement and Section 8 Financial Management). These Centers will become operational during FY 1998 and baseline data from their first year of operation will be used to establish annual goals for FY 1999 and beyond. These measures are organized under the objectives as listed in the Management Reform Plan and will result in a well-managed, more efficient HUD.
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