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Performance Section


FY 2006 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
November 2006
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This section contains the annual program performance information required by the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA) and together with the Appendices, includes all of the required elements of an annual program performance report as specified in OMB Guidance. The results are presented in twelve chapters, one for each strategic goal. A summary of resources supporting each strategic goal is included in a table at the end of the section. For more information please contact the Office of Strategic and Performance Planning at PAR@state.gov or (202) 647-0300.

 

Introduction to the Joint Performance Section
Strategic Objective #1: Achieve Peace and Security

Strategic Goal 1: Regional Stability
Strategic Goal 2: Counterterrorism
Strategic Goal 3: Homeland Security
Strategic Goal 4: Weapons of Mass Destruction
Strategic Goal 5: International Crime and Drugs
Strategic Goal 6: American Citizens

Strategic Objective #2: Advance Sustainable Development and Global Interests

Strategic Goal 7: Democracy and Human Rights
Strategic Goal 8: Economic Prosperity and Security
Strategic Goal 9: Social and Environmental Issues
Strategic Goal 10: Humanitarian Response

Strategic Objective #3: Promote International Understanding

Strategic Goal 11: Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs

Strategic Objective #4: Strengthen Diplomatic and Program Capabilities

Strategic Goal 12: Management and Organizational Excellence

Resource Summary by Strategic Goal
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