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FDA's Strategic Goals align with HHS Strategic Goals

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FDA's strategic goals are an integral part of HHS' "One Department" philosophy. All of FDA's initiatives are aligned with HHS-wide strategies. The table below indicates this alignment.

 

HHS Strategic Goals FDA Strategic Goals
Using
Risk-Based Management Practices
Empowering Consumers for Better Health Patient and Consumer Protection Protecting the Homeland - Counter-terrorism Improving FDA's Business Practices
1.Reduce the major threats to the health and well-being of Americans

 

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2.Enhance the ability of the Nation's health care system to effectively respond to bioterrorism and other public health challenges o     o  
3.Increase the percentage of the Nation's children and adults who have access to health care services, and expand consumer choices          
4.Enhance the capacity and productivity of the Nation's health science research enterprise o        
5.Improve the quality of health care services     o    
6.Improve the economic and social well-being of individuals, families, and communities, especially those most in need          
7.Improve the stability and healthy development of our Nation's children and youth          
8.Achieve excellence in management practices         o

 

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