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Planning and Performance Management

Picture of Mr. BassoJohn Basso
Deputy Assistant Secretary

Mission Statement:  The Department of Veteran Affairs’ Strategic Plan provides a guide for describing and accomplishing the agency’s priorities over the next 5-7 years.  The new Fiscal Year 2018–2024 Plan reflects the goals, objectives, and areas of emphasis of the Secretary of Veterans Affairs.  This plan places a stronger emphasis on enabling Veterans to have easy access to benefits, care and services, integrated service delivery, and building the Veterans’ and our nation’s trust.

VA 2018-2024 Strategic Plan

The Department of Veteran Affairs’ Strategic Plan provides a guide for describing and accomplishing the agency’s priorities over the next 5-7 years.  The new Fiscal Year 2018–2024 Plan reflects the goals, objectives, strategies, and areas of emphasis of Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Dr. David J. Shulkin.  The new Plan consists of four goals.  Goals one and two are heavily influenced by the Veteran’s life journey and emphasize efforts that will positively impact Veterans’ lives in a way that anticipates their evolving needs and desires.  Goal three emphasizes development of trust, a critical characteristic of a Veteran- and employee-centric organization.  Goal four addresses root-cause management challenges that will support the continued modernization of the Department.  This Plan places a stronger emphasis on enabling Veterans to have easy access to benefits, care and services, integrated service delivery, and building the Veterans’ and our Nation’s trust.

VA 2020-2021 Human Capital Operating Plan (HCOP)

The FY 2020-2021 HCOP identifies the specific implementation actions VA will take in support of these human capital (HC) strategies and reflects the HC operating priorities across each VA administration and staff office over the next two years. It is structured to provide the timeframes in which actions will be accomplished, identifies responsible organizations for each action, and shows alignment with the systems and standards defined in the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) Human Capital Framework (HCF). The six strategies will enable implementation of the VA Maintaining Internal Systems and Strengthening Integrated Outside Networks Act of 2018 (also referred to as the VA MISSION Act) and are aligned to VA’s FY 2018-2024 Agency Strategic Plan (ASP) Refresh, as well as the six 2018 Federal Workforce Priorities Report.

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