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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
FY 2006 PERFORMANCE BUDGET OVERVIEW

Download the FY 2006 Performance Budget Overview (PDF; 255KB)

Table of Contents

Introduction.

Secretary’s Priorities.

Strategic Goal Cost Model.

Relationship of the FY 2006 Performance Budget to the FY 2006 Annual Performance and Accountability Report.

Strategic Goal 1 — A Prepared Workforce: Enhance opportunities for America’s workforce.

Outcome Goal 1.1 — Increase opportunities for employment, retention and earnings for new and re-emerging entrants to the workforce.

Outcome Goal 1.2 — Improve the effectiveness of information and analysis on the U.S. economy.

Strategic Goal 2 — A Secure Workforce:  Promote the economic security of workers and families.

Outcome Goal 2.1 — Increase compliance with worker protection laws.

Outcome Goal 2.2 — Protect worker benefits.

Strategic Goal 3 — Quality Workplaces:  Foster Quality Workplaces that are safe, healthy and fair.

Outcome Goal 3.1 — Reduce workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.

Outcome Goal 3.2 — Foster equal opportunity workplaces.

Strategic Goal 4 — A Competitive Workforce: Maintain competitiveness in the 21st Century economy.

Outcome Goal 4.1 — Build a demand driven workforce system to address worker shortages and equip workers to adapt to the competitive challenges of the 21st century.

Outcome Goal 4.2 — Promote job flexibility and minimize regulatory burden.

Meeting the President’s Management Agenda.

Program Assessment Rating Tool (PART), and DOLís 2006 PART Assessments

Appendix I: FY 2005 and PY 2004 Goals, Indicators, and Measures

Appendix II: PY 2005 Goals, Indicators, and Measures (ETA, VETS)