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Appendix A: FDA Strategic Goals and Long-Term Objectives Aligned to Draft HHS Strategic Goals and Objectives


HHS
Strategic Goals
HHS Strategic Objectives
FDA Strategic Goals
FDA Long-Term Objectives
1: Transform Health Care
1B: Improve healthcare quality and patient safety
 
 
3.2: Promote Public Health By Advancing the Safety and Effectiveness of Medical Products
3.2.1: Advance human drug safety and effectiveness
3.2.2: Advance biologics safety and effectiveness
3.2.3: Advance animal drug safety and effectiveness
3.2.4: Advance medical device safety and effectiveness
2. 2: Cross-cutting - Strengthen the Safety and Integrity of the Global Supply Chain
[See various program strategies that address the Global Supply Chain]
2.3: Cross-cutting - Strengthen Compliance and Enforcement Activities to Support Public Health
[See various program strategies that address Compliance and Enforcement]
2.4: Cross-cutting - Address the Unmet Public Health Needs of Special Populations
[See various program strategies that address Special Populations]
1F: Promote the adoption and meaningful use of health information technology
3.4: Manage for Organizational Excellence and Accountability
3.4.3: Implement an IT modernization program to support state-of-the-art networked information and shared data resources
Goal 2: Advance Scientific Knowledge and Innovation
2B: Foster innovation at HHS to create shared solutions
3.4: Manage for Organizational Excellence and Accountability
3.4.7: Improve transparency, collaboration, and participation
2C: Invest in the regulatory sciences to improve food and medical product safety
2.1: Cross-Cutting - Advance Regulatory Science and Innovation
[See various program strategies that address regulatory science capacity]
3: Advance the Health, Safety, and Well-Being of the American People
 
3D: Promote prevention and wellness
 
3.1: Advance Food Safety and Nutrition
3.1.2: Promote healthful dietary practices and nutrition
3.3: Establish an Effective Tobacco Regulation, Prevention and Control Program
 
3.3.1: Develop and implement science-based policy, regulations, enforcement strategies, and compliance programs to protect the public health 
3.3.2: Provide the public with accurate, trustworthy, and accessible information about tobacco products
3E: Reduce the occurrence of infectious diseases
3.1: Advance Food Safety and Nutrition
3.1.1: Ensure the safety of the food supply from farm to table
3.6: Protect Americans’ health and safety during emergencies, and foster resilience in response to emergencies
3.1: Advance Food Safety and Nutrition
3.1.1: Ensure the safety of the food supply from farm to table
3.2: Promote Public Health By Advancing the Safety and Effectiveness of Medical Products
3.2.2: Advance biologics safety and effectiveness
2.5: Cross-cutting - Advance Medical Countermeasures and Emergency Preparedness
[See various program strategies that address Medical Countermeasures and Emergency Preparedness]
4: Increase Efficiency, Transparency, and Accountability of HHS Programs
4A: Ensure program integrity and responsible stewardship of resources
3.4: Manage for Organizational Excellence and Accountability
3.4.2: Ensure program integrity and responsible stewardship through effective administration of fiduciary responsibilities
3.4.5: Improve the management of FDA by providing ongoing oversight, evaluation, and analysis of policies and programs and by ensuring effective strategic communications
3.4.6: Foster a culture of continual business process improvement to improve the overall operation and effectiveness of FDA
3.4.7: Improve transparency, collaboration, and participation
5: Strengthen the Nation’s Health and Human Services Infrastructure and Workforce
5A: Invest in the HHS workforce to meet America’s health and human service needs today and tomorrow
3.4: Manage for Organizational Excellence and Accountability
3.4.1: Recruit, develop, retain, and strategically manage a world-class workforce

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