VA Plans, Budget, and Performance
Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan
The VA Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan serves a living road map to guide our efforts in creating and sustaining a high-performing workforce to achieve superior results in serving our Nation’s Veterans
Agency Financial Report (AFR)
The AFR presents VA’s financial results and audited financial statements for Fiscal Year 2020.
Annual Budget Submission and Performance Plans
The Department prepares a budget request and a performance plan that is submitted to Congress each year. Together the plan and budget articulate what VA plans to achieve with the resources requested.
VA Strategic Plan
The VA FY 2018-2024 Strategic Plan describes the major efforts the Department will undertake through the next five to seven years to deliver tailored and desired outcomes for Veterans.
Thank you for visiting this web page. Below you will find links to various reports on VA’s goals and performance as well as budgetary and financial data.
The VA FY 2018-2024 Strategic Plan describes the major efforts the Department will undertake through the next five to seven years to deliver tailored and desired outcomes for Veterans. The plan’s goals, objectives, and strategies describe essential VA focus areas that are intended to contribute to Veteran well-being, encourage independence, and enhance Veterans’ quality of life.
Access the Strategic Plan.
VA’s AFR presents VA’s financial results and audited financial statements for Fiscal Year (FY) 2020. The Management Discussion and Analysis also provides information on the status of VA’s Strategic Objectives, Agency Priority Goals, Major Management Challenges and High Risk Areas. The AFR is submitted to the President and Congress and is available to the public.
The Annual Performance Plan and Report presents the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) accomplishments and challenges in providing health care and benefits to Veterans and their eligible dependents in accordance with VA’s mission. It contains both proposed performance in the form of targets for future years as well as recent results.
The Department’s Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan serves a living road map to guide our efforts in creating and sustaining a high-performing workforce to achieve superior results in serving our Nation’s Veterans. The Plan’s implementation will foster a diverse workforce and inclusive work environment that ensures equal opportunity through national policy development, workforce analysis, outreach, retention, and education to best serve our Nation’s Veterans.
The March 2020 Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) High Risk List Action Plan: Managing Risks and Improving VA Health Care – is VA’’s action plan for addressing the five broad management issues described by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in its 2015 High Risk Series Update, which include: policy and processes, oversight and accountability, information technology (IT), adequate training, and resource allocation.
Access the summary of the Action Plan.
By accessing GAO’s home page at www.gao.gov, you may locate other GAO reports on VA programs.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Inspector General (OIG) is an independent oversight organization operating under the Inspector General Act of 1978 (Public Law 95-452).
OIG audits and evaluations, health care inspections, administrative investigations, contract reviews, and Combined Assessment Program (CAP) reviews recommend improvements to VA programs and operations. OIG criminal investigations enforce Federal criminal laws to bring individuals and entities engaging in criminal activity against Veterans and VA to justice.
The OIG’s audits and investigative reports can be accessed at www.va.gov/oig/. The OIG also provides VA leadership an annual update, Major Management Challenges, on the most serious management problems facing the Department. These challenges are described in the Department’s AFR.
VA’s Quarterly High-Dollar Overpayments Report
The President signed Executive Order 13520, “Reducing Improper Payments,” on November 20, 2010. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued the government-wide guidance on the implementation of the Executive Order. The guidance is under Part III, Appendix C of OMB Circular A-123 dated March 22, 2010. This guidance requires agencies with programs susceptible to significant improper payments to submit to the agency’s Inspector General and the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency, and make available to the public, a quarterly report on any high-dollar overpayments identified by the agency.
These quarterly reports begin with the report for the 1st Quarter of FY 2010.