FY 2000 Annual Program Performance Report -- submitted to website 6/14/01

Summary of Performance
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Pursuant to the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA), the Federal Labor Relations Authority (FLRA) developed a multi-year Strategic Plan that identifies goals, objectives and performance indicators for Fiscal Years (FY)1997-2002. The Strategic Plan enables FLRA to carry out responsibilities identified in the FLRA Mission Statement: "to exercise leadership under the Federal Service Labor-Management Relations Statute to promote stable, constructive labor-management relations that contribute to a more effective Government." An overview of the FLRA and its program offices appears as Appendix A. The FLRA Strategic Plan includes four broad goals. They are: 1) providing high quality services that timely resolve disputes; 2) using alternative methods of dispute resolution and avoidance to reduce the costs of conflict; 3) maintaining internal systems that support programs needs -- notably information technology systems; and 4) developing FLRA staff to ensure an effective organization with the flexibility to meet program needs. Consistent with the FLRA Strategic Plan, the FLRA developed its FY 2000 Annual Performance Plan which identifies 28 performance goals to implement the four Strategic Plan goals. During FY 2000, FLRA fully met or exceeded 21 of the 28 performance goals. FLRA substantially met the remaining seven goals. Adjustments have been made to achieve these seven performance goals in FY 2001. Program Accomplishments Significant accomplishments wer