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FY 2003 Annual Performance Plan - Table of Contents

United States Department of Labor
Final FY 2003 Annual Performance Plan
February 4, 2002

Table of Contents

1.Introduction

2. Overview of the DOL Strategic Plan

2.1 Mission

2.2 Vision

2.3 DOL Strategic Goals

2.4 DOL Organization

3. The FY 2003 Budget—A 21st Century Department of Labor

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Budget Highlights

3.3 Conclusion

4. FY 2003 Performance Goals, Strategies and Cross-Cutting Programs

4.1 DOL Strategic Goal 1—A Prepared Workforce

Outcome Goal 1.1—Increase Employment, Earnings, and Assistance

Outcome Goal 1.2—Increase the Number of Youth Making A Successful Transition to Work

Outcome Goal 1.3—Improve the Effectiveness of Information and Analysis on the U.S. Economy

4.2 DOL Strategic Goal 2—A Secure Workforce

Outcome Goal 2.1—Increase Compliance with Worker Protection Laws

Outcome Goal 2.2—Protect Worker Benefits

Outcome Goal 2.3—Increase Employment and Earnings for Retrained Workers

4.3 DOL Strategic Goal 3—Quality Workplaces

Outcome Goal 3.1—Reduce Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities

Outcome Goal 3.2—Foster Equal Opportunity Workplaces

Outcome Goal 3.3—Reduce Exploitation of Child Labor, Protect The Basic Rights of Workers, and Strengthen Labor Markets

5. Performance Measurement

5.1 Addressing Specific Performance Measurement Challenges

5.1.1 Employment Standards Administration

5.1.2 Employment and Training Administration

5.1.3 Veterans’ Employment and Training Service

5.1.4 Mine Safety and Health Administration

5.1.5 Occupational Safety and Health Administration

5.2 Linking Costs to Performance

6. Maintaining a Departmental Strategic Management Focus

6.1 Government-wide Management Reforms

6.2 Management Goals in the FY 2003 Annual Performance Plan

6.2.1 Financial Management

Outcome Goal Financial Management – Maintain the Integrity and Stewardship of the Department’s Financial Resources

6.2.2 Information Technology Management

Outcome Goal IT –  Provide Better and More Secure Service to Citizens, Businesses, Government, and DOL Employees to Improve Mission Performance

6.2.3 Information Security Program

6.2.4 Human Resources Management

Outcome Goal HR – Establish DOL as a Model Workplace

6.2.5 Procurement  Management

Outcome Goal PR – Improve Procurement Management

6.3 Program Improvement Opportunities and Management Reforms

6.3.1 GAO High Risk and Other Audits

6.3.2 Program Improvement Opportunities Identified by the OIG and DOL Management

6.4 Enhancing DOL’s Customer Focus

Appendix A.  FY 2003 Performance Goals, Indicators and Baselines

Outcome Goal 1.1: Increase Employment, Earnings and Assistance

Outcome Goal 1.2: Increase the Number of Youth Making A Successful Transition to Work

Outcome Goal 1.3: Improve the Effectiveness of Information and Analysis on the U.S. Economy

Outcome Goal 2.1: Increase Compliance with Worker Protection Laws

Outcome Goal 2.2: Protect Worker Benefits

Outcome Goal 2.3: Increase Employment and Earnings for Retrained Workers

Outcome Goal 3.1: Reduce Workplace Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities

Outcome Goal 3.2: Foster Equal Opportunity Workplaces

Outcome Goal 3.3: Reduce Exploitation of Child Labor, Protect the Basic Rights of Workers, and Strengthen Labor Markets

Outcome Goal FM: Maintain the Integrity and Stewardship of the Department’s Financial Resources

Outcome Goal IT: Provide Better and More Secure Service to Citizens, Businesses, Government and DOL Employees to Improve Mission Performance

Outcome Goal HR: Establish DOL as a Model Workplace

Outcome Goal PR: Improve Procurement Management

Appendix B.  Relationship of Budget Activities to Outcome Goals

Appendix C.  Cross-Walk of Congressional Committees to Strategic Goals

Appendix D.  List of Acronyms