Agency Priority Goals, or APGs, are an agency’s near-term, implementation-focused priorities that the heads of each major federal agency set every two years. Today, the Office of Management and Budget published the FY 2023 Q2 updates on Performance.gov.
These goals serve as stepping stones towards long-term objectives outlined in the agency’s strategic plan. Quarterly updates across 90 APGs from major agencies provide insight to the public about progress made in the Federal Government and highlight key milestones. The two-year (FY22–23) performance period will end on Sept. 30.
Visit Performance.gov to search federal agencies’ two-year priority goals and four-year strategic objectives. Find a specific strategic priority such as climate change or cybersecurity using the Strategic Goal Dashboard, where you can easily sort APGs and strategic objectives by agency, focus area, and more.
Reporting of APGs plays a vital role in fostering transparency and accountability within government agencies. By embracing progress reporting, agencies can enhance their impact, deliver on strategic objectives, and ultimately serve the needs and livelihoods of the public they represent. If you haven’t already, read more about APGs on our blog What Are APGs? Understanding Agency Priority Goals.
For a quantitative snapshot of how the Nation is faring across various themes such as economy, health, and the environment, explore the newly released U.S. Social Indicators.
Follow along with Performance.gov on LinkedIn and Twitter as we highlight different agencies and their goals. We will continue to update Performance.gov quarterly with progress on agency and PMA priorities and strategies.
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