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The list below provides information on FDA’s performance measures and projects as aligned to FDA strategic priorities and program offices. This list enables you to view charts of performance data and progress on important projects and programs.

To view completed FDA-TRACK performance measures and projects view the Archive Index



Number of results: 10

ItemProgramOfficeStrategic PlanStrategic Goal/Area
1Maintain timeliness of payments to vendors per HHS mandatesOPERATIONSOffice of Finance, Budget, and AcquisitionN/AN/A
2Maintain compliance with the Department of Treasury and HHS' policies and strategies for managing FDA's accounts receivablesOPERATIONSOffice of Finance, Budget, and AcquisitionN/AN/A
3Monitor contracts awarded to small businesses to ensure annual targets are metOPERATIONSOffice of Finance, Budget, and AcquisitionN/AN/A
4Monitor contracts competed over the micro-purchase threshold ($3K) to ensure HHS mandates are metOPERATIONSOffice of Finance, Budget, and AcquisitionN/AN/A
5Consolidation of Life Sciences-Biodefense Complex to White OakOPERATIONSOffice of Facilities, Engineering, and Mission Support ServicesN/AN/A
6Maintain number of Personal Identification Verification (PIV) Cards issued annuallyOPERATIONSOffice of Security OperationsN/AN/A
7Discrimination complaint timeliness measures OPERATIONSOffice of Equal Employment OpportunityN/AN/A
8Promote equality, fairness, understanding and acceptance of diversity at the FDAOPERATIONSOffice of Equal Employment OpportunityN/AN/A
9Diversity Council Enhancement ProjectOPERATIONSOffice of Equal Employment OpportunityN/AN/A
10Ensure 90% of all FDA Information Systems have a valid Authority to Operate (ATO) for the fiscal yearOPERATIONSOffice of Information ManagementN/AN/A

Note: The data provided on this website is produced on an ongoing basis for performance management purposes and is subject to change due to updates of preliminary estimates, corrections, or other reasons. In addition, FDA may change the type or amount of data provided on this website at any time. Information in the Archive Index may include measures and/or key projects for which activities are ongoing but no longer tracked as part of FDA-TRACK.