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Percent of PMAPs for new CTP employees completed on-time, within 30 days of arrival, in the month

Dictionary: The Performance Management Appraisal Program (PMAP) is the Department of Health and Human Service’s (DHHS) uniform performance management system that identifies both organizational and individual goals, and objectively evaluates employee performance. The Office of Management is responsible for ensuring that CTP completes PMAPs for new employees within the DHHS established time frames. Timely establishment of PMAPs ensures new employees and managers are aware of the new employees’ responsibilities and performance expectations.

Information is current as of September 30, 2014

Fiscal Year - 2011

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TimeTargetPercent
Oct 2010N/A100
Nov 2010N/A100
Dec 2010N/A50
Jan 2011N/A100
Feb 2011N/A80
Mar 2011N/A100
Apr 2011N/A92
May 2011N/A100
Jun 2011N/A100
Jul 2011N/A91
Aug 2011N/A100
Sep 2011N/A85

FY 2011 Overall: 94%

Total number of PMAPs for new CTP employees completed on-time in the month

Fiscal Year - 2011
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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2010N/A15
Nov 2010N/A9
Dec 2010N/A3
Jan 2011N/A18
Feb 2011N/A4
Mar 2011N/A22
Apr 2011N/A11
May 2011N/A9
Jun 2011N/A7
Jul 2011N/A10
Aug 2011N/A7
Sep 2011N/A17

FY 2011 Total: 132

Total number of PMAPs for new CTP employees completed in the month

Fiscal Year - 2011
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TimeTargetNumber
Oct 2010N/A15
Nov 2010N/A9
Dec 2010N/A6
Jan 2011N/A18
Feb 2011N/A5
Mar 2011N/A22
Apr 2011N/A12
May 2011N/A9
Jun 2011N/A7
Jul 2011N/A11
Aug 2011N/A7
Sep 2011N/A20

FY 2011 Total: 141

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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 marked as "Completed" may include measures and/or key projects for which activities are ongoing but no longer tracked as part of FDA-TRACK.