Agency Strategic Plans

All national security departments and agencies (except the CIA) are required to develop a strategic plan under the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA). These plans generally reflect an individual department or agency's priorities only and tend to be budget-oriented.

GPRA mandates that strategic plans cover at least five years and contain a comprehensive mission statement, general goals and objectives, and a description of how the goals and objectives are to be achieved. Strategic plans must be updated at least every three years.

Images of multiple government reports on strategic planning.

Department and Agency Strategic Plans

Homeland Security
CIA
Agriculture
Health and Human Services
Housing and Urban Development
Justice
Labor
State/USAID
Transportation
Treasury
Commerce
Education
Energy
Interior
Quadrennial Defense Review