Animal & Veterinary
By Shannon Cameron, Managing Editor, Communications
- Transparency – shows how FDA performs its work.
- Results – gives performance results that relate to FDA’s public health mission.
- Accountability – calls for senior managers to develop, track, and report performance measures; holds the program offices accountable for their goals, plans, and results.
- Credibility – gives the public reliable information about FDA performance and also gives everyone the chance to submit suggestions on how the agency can improve.
- Knowledge-sharing – helps identify common issues and strengths among program offices to make teamwork more effective.
Every three months, the FDA-TRACK team will review the performance results for that period and senior managers will present the results to FDA leadership.