Bureau of Resource Management
Report
May 10, 2010


The 32 indicators featured in the table below serve as illustrative performance measures reflecting the Department of State and USAID’s progress toward achieving goals set out in the Joint Strategic Plan. An interagency working group selected these indicators from a total of 130 state operations and foreign assistance indicators reported by the agencies for FY 2009 to represent the strategic goals based on their budgetary significance; policy significance; availability of a quantitative, objective, and outcome-oriented data set; and consistency with reporting in prior years. Additional information on performance indicators, data, and analysis may be found in the Performance Overview and Analysis section of the FY 2011 Congressional Budget Justification (CBJ) for State Operations, pages 769-776; and the Annual Performance Report included in the FY 2011 CBJ for Foreign Operations, pages 271-347. The documents may be respectively found at the following:
http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/136355.pdf
http://www.state.gov/f/releases/iab/fy2011cbj/pdf/index.htm

FY 2009 Illustrative Indicators by Strategic Goal and Priority1,2
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STRATEGIC GOAL 1: ACHIEVING PEACE AND SECURITY
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
1 Counterterrorism Number of Total NEA Countries with Financial Intelligence Units that Meet the Standards of the Egmont Group Grey: Data available Mid-to-Late 2010.
Data available
mid- to late 2010
2 Security Cooperation and Security Sector Reform Number of Personnel (Foreign Military) Trained in the U.S. Who are at National Leadership Levels Blue: Above target.
Above target
3 Conflict Prevention, Mitigation, and Response Number of People Trained in Conflict Mitigation/Resolution Skills with U.S. Assistance Blue: Above target.
Above target
4 Conflict Prevention, Mitigation, and Response Average Rating for UN Peacekeeping Missions in Africa funded by the U.S. Red: Below target.
Below target
5 Conflict Prevention, Mitigation, and Response Average Rating for UN Peacekeeping Missions in Near East Asia funded by the U.S. Blue: Above target.
Above target
6 Counternarcotics Hectares of Alternative Crops Targeted by U.S. Programs under Cultivation Blue: Above target.
Above target
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STRATEGIC GOAL 2: GOVERNING JUSTLY AND DEMOCRATICALLY
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
7 Rule of Law and Human Rights Number of U.S. Assisted Courts with Improved Management Red: Below target.
Below target
8 Rule of Law and Human Rights Percent of Non-Democratic and Transitioning Countries with Improved Civil Liberties Ratings Grey: Data available Mid-to-Late 2010.
Data available
mid- to late 2010
9 Good Governance Percent of Non-Democratic and Transitioning Countries with Improved Governance Ratings Grey: Data available Mid-to-Late 2010.
Data available
mid- to late 2010
10 Political Competition and Consensus Building Number of Domestic Election Observers Trained with U.S. Assistance Blue: Above target.
Above target
11 Civil Society Number of U.S. Assisted Civil Society Organizations that Engage in Advocacy and Watchdog Functions Yellow: Improved, but target not met.
Improved, but target not met
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STRATEGIC GOAL 3: INVESTING IN PEOPLE
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
12 Health/HIV/AIDS Number of People Receiving HIV/AIDS Treatment Blue: Above target.
Above target
13 Health/Tuberculosis Average Tuberculosis Treatment Success Rate (TBS) in USAID Priority Countries Blue: Above target.
Above target
14 Health/Malaria Number of People Protected Against Malaria with a Prevention Measure (ITN and/or IRS) in President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) Countries Blue: Above target.
Above target
15 Health/Maternal and Child Health Percentage of Live Births Attended by Skilled Birth Attendants Blue: Above target.
Above target
16 Health/Family Planning and Reproductive Health Average Modern Contraceptive Prevalence Rate Yellow: Improved, but target not met.
Improved, but target not met
17 Health/Water Supply and Sanitation Number of People in Target Areas with Access to Improved Drinking Water Supply Blue: Above target.
Above target
18 Education Primary Net Enrollment Rate for a Sample of Countries Receiving Basic Education Funds Green: On target.
On target
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STRATEGIC GOAL 4: PROMOTING ECONOMIC GROWTH AND PROSPERITY
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
19 Trade and Investment Level of Two-Way Trade Between the United States and Sub-Saharan Africa3 Red: Below target.
Below target
20 Infrastructure Number of People with Increased Access to Modern Energy Services as a Result of U.S. Assistance Blue: Above target.
Above target
21 Energy Security Percentage of World Energy Supplies from Non-oil Sources Grey: New indicator, no rating.
New indicator,
no rating
22 Agriculture Percent Change in Value of International Exports of Targeted Agricultural Commodities Due to U.S. Assistance Blue: Above target.
Above target
23 Economic Opportunity Percent of U.S.-Assisted Microfinance Institutions that have Reached Operational Sustainability Blue: Above target.
Above target
24 Environment Number of Hectares of Biological Significance and Natural Resources Under Improved Management as a Result of U.S. Assistance Red: Below target.
Below target
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STRATEGIC GOAL 5: PROVIDING HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
25 Protection, Assistance and Solutions Percent of Planned Emergency Food Aid Beneficiaries Reached by USAID’s Office of Food for Peace Programs Green: On target.
On target
26 Protection, Assistance and Solutions Percent of Targeted Disaster-Affected Households Provided with Basic Inputs for Survival, Recovery, or Restoration of Productive Capacity Green: On target.
On target
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STRATEGIC GOAL 6: PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
27 Offer a Positive Vision Level of Outreach to Key Arab Media Outlets, as Measured by the Number of Interviews Given by U.S. Officials Red: Below target.
Below target
28 Nurture Common Interests and Values Percentage of Participants who Increased or Changed Their Understanding of the United States Immediately Following Their Program Green: On target.
On target
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STRATEGIC GOAL 7: STRENGTHENING CONSULAR AND MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES
Strategic Priority Indicator FY 2009
Rating
29 Visa Services Percentage of All Valid Visas that Meet Current Biometric Requirements Established by the Department Grey: New indicator, no rating.
New indicator,
no rating
30 Passport Services Percentage of Passport Applications Processed within Targeted Timeframe Red: Below target.
Below target
31 Security Length of Time to Complete Personnel Security Clearances Blue: Above target.
Above target
32 Facilities Total Cumulative Number of U.S. Government Personnel Moved into More Secure, Safe, and Functional Facilities Grey: New indicator, no rating.
New indicator,
no rating

1 Indicators are not listed in priority order and are numbered for reference purposes only. (back to text)
2 Performance indicators listed in this table have been abbreviated, but are fully articulated in the Strategic Goals report sections. (back to text)
3 Excludes energy imports. (back to text)


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