Department of the Interior Department of the Interior DOI _fc11242b-3a24-44f3-98c7-196093e5ce50 Communication, consultation, and cooperation, all in the service of conservation and community. _6f981e42-89a6-46e0-8b2d-c86e371d0bff The U.S. Department of the Interior protects and manages the Nation's natural resources and cultural heritage; provides scientific and other information about those resources; and honors its trust responsibilities or special commitments to American Indians, Alaska Natives, and affiliated Island Communities _d54ac5fa-1606-404c-908c-0bc260a8f5e3 Respect We treat all people with civility, dignity, and professionalism. Integrity We are honest, ethical, and fair, adhering at all times to the letter and spirit of the law. Stewardship We serve our Nation and its people by responsibly managing the resources entrusted to our care. Excellence We expect world-class performance and we strive for improvement in all we do. Resource Protection Protect the Nation's natural, cultural and heritage resources. _570443ef-221a-49c4-8bcc-95cf26514934 1 Since the Department of the Interior received custody of what would eventually become Yellowstone National Park in 1872, the Department's resource protection mandate has grown dramatically, both in terms of the numbers and types of resources involved and in the complexity of the associated management issues. The scope of our conservation role is reflected in dozens of Federal laws passed over the last century, among them the Antiquities Act, the National Park Service Organic Act, the Lacey Act, the Endangered Species Act, the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act, and the Federal Land Policy and Management Act. Resource protection responsibilities are divided into four elements: lands and waters, fish and wildlife, culture and heritage, and applying science information to resource protection. Interior administers resource protection programs on thousands of upland, wetland, and aquatic parcels within the Department's direct jurisdiction while also providing resources for conservation activities on non-Federal lands. Many parcels enjoy special statutory status in recognition of their important ecological, physiographic, or historical features, and may be designated as national parks, national seashores, national monuments, wilderness areas, wild and scenic rivers, or national wildlife refuges. Interior's responsibility to protect fish and wildlife transcends geographic boundaries. The Department is charged with protecting thousands of native plant and animal species, including more than 1,300 with special status under the Endangered Species Act. The Department also protects many of the Nation's most important cultural heritage resources. Assets range in size from small museum objects such as the six-inch Derringer used to assassinate President Lincoln to the 60-foot granite carvings at Mount Rushmore. They also include such icons as the Statue of Liberty, the Wright Brothers National Memorial, and the Washington Monument. In support of this mission, we produce scientific assessments and information on the quality and quantity of our Nation's water resources; collect, process, integrate, archive, and provide access to geospatial and natural resource data; and conduct multi-purpose natural science research to promote understanding of earth processes. Watersheds, Landscapes, and Marine Resources Improve Health of Watersheds, Landscapes, and Marine Resources that are DOI Managed or Influenced Consistent with Obligations and State Law regarding the Allocation and Use of Water _53cfbd07-8f39-4710-9da5-190383a2ab01 1 End Outcome Performance Measures: Land Health: Wetland, Riparian, Upland, and Marine and Coastal Areas:[1]Percent of DOI stream/shoreline miles that have achieved desired conditions where condition is known and as specified in management plans [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 90%] [2]Percent of DOI acres that have achieved desired conditions where condition is known and as specified in management plans [BLM, FWS, NPS][FY2012: 66%] [3]Number of non-DOI stream/shoreline miles that have achieved watershed and landscape goals as specified in watershed or landscape management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] [4]Number of non-DOI acres that have achieved watershed and landscape goals as specified in watershed or landscape management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] Surface Coal Mines: [5]Number of Federal, private and tribal land and surface water acres reclaimed or mitigated from the effects of natural resource degradation from past coal mining [OSM] [FY2012: 6,900] Wildland Fire Affected Lands:[6]Number of treated burned acres that achieve the desired condition [OWFC] [FY2012: 126,000] [7]Percent of treated burned acres that have achieved the desired condition [OWFC] [FY2012: 80%] Water Quality and Quantity: [8]Percent of surface water acres managed by DOI that meet State (EPA approved) Water Quality Standards [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 83%] [9]Percent of surface water miles (stream/shoreline) managed by DOI that meet State (EPA approved) Water Quality Standards [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 96%] [10]Number of surface and ground water systems directly managed or influenced by DOI that are protected and/or restored, as specified in management plans and by working with State and local resource managers, as appropriate, to meet ecological needs [FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 85] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Restore Watersheds and Landscapes [11]Number of DOI riparian (stream/shoreline) miles restored to the condition specified in management plans [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY12: 131,965][12]Number of DOI wetland acres restored to the condition specified in management plans [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][13]Number of DOI coastal and marine acres restored to the condition specified in management plans [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][14]Number of DOI upland acres restored to the condition specified in management plans [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 3,301,600][15]Number of non-DOI riparian (stream/shoreline) miles restored, including miles restored through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][16]Number of non-DOI wetland acres restored, including acres restored through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][17]Number of non-DOI coastal and marine acres restored, including acres restored through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][18]Number of non-DOI upland acres restored, including acres restored through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD]Restore Fire-Adapted Ecosystems: - [19]Percent of natural ignitions, occurring in areas designated for wildland fire use or consistent with wildland fire use strategies, that are managed for resource protection benefits (i.e., “allowed to burn”) [OWFC] [FY2012: 5%] - [2]0Percent of acres treated which are moved toward desired condition [OWFC] [FY2012: 72%] - [21]Percent of acres treated which are maintained in desired condition [OWFC] [FY2012: 18%] [22]Land Contamination: Percent of known contaminated sites remediated on DOI-managed land [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 27%] [23] Salinity Control: Tons of salt loading prevented [BOR] [FY2012: 21,000] 2: Manage and Protect Watersheds and Landscapes [24]Number of DOI riparian (stream/shoreline) miles managed or protected to maintain desired condition as specified in management plans [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][25]Number of DOI wetland acres managed or protected to maintain desired condition as specified in management plans [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][26]Number of DOI coastal and marine acres managed or protected to maintain desired condition as specified in management plans [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][27]Number of DOI upland acres managed or protected to maintain desired condition as specified in management plans [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][28]Number of non-DOI riparian (stream/shoreline) miles managed or protected to maintain desired condition, including miles managed or protected through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][29]Number of non-DOI wetland acres managed or protected to maintain desired condition, including acres managed or protected through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][30]Number of non-DOI coastal and marine acres managed or protected to maintain desired condition, including acres managed or protected through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD][31]Number of non-DOI upland acres managed or protected to maintain desired condition, including acres managed or protected through partnerships, as specified in management plans or agreements that involve DOI [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] 666e8cca-69b7-4abb-8147-258f71e1c689 505e1a61-af5b-40ce-9c3c-a980b099e5fb Biological Communities Sustain Biological Communities on DOI Managed and Influenced Lands and Waters Consistent with Obligations and State Law regarding the Allocation and Use of Water _273b58d1-ad56-4860-8181-2ee8627a93ac 2 End Outcome Performance Measures: Protected Species: [32]Percent of fish species of management concern that are managed to self-sustaining levels, in cooperation with affected States and others, as defined in approved management documents [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] [33]Percent of all migratory bird species that are at healthy and sustainable levels [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] [34]Percent of threatened or endangered species that are stabilized or improved [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] [35]Percent of candidate species where listing is unnecessary as a result of conservation actions, or including actions taken through agreements [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] Invasive Species: [36]Percent of baseline acres infested with invasive plant species that are controlled [BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 1.03%] [37]Percent of invasive animal species populations that are controlled [FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 13%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Provide Habitat for Biological Communities to Flourish [38]Number of acres of habitat restored or enhanced that directly support ESA-listed and bureau sensitive species conservation or recovery [BLM] [FY2012: 600,000] [39]Number of stream/shoreline miles of habitat restored or enhanced that directly support ESA-listed and bureau sensitive species conservation or recovery [BLM] [FY2012: 3,709] 2: Manage Populations to Self-Sustaining Levels for Specific Species [40]Percent of populations of species of management concern that are managed to desired condition [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 49%][41]Number of international species of management concern whose status has been improved in cooperation with affected countries [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] b5a52012-ae36-4edb-9de7-badd8ed1d90c 439df14e-5d47-4f6b-9f6d-5dfa61d8727e Cultural and Natural Resources Protect Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources _82be8ad8-9f3f-483b-8684-1b43d1079e43 3 End Outcome Performance Measures: Cultural Resources: [42]Percent of archaeological sites on DOI inventory in good condition [BIA, BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 71%] [43]Percent of historic structures on DOI inventory in good condition [BIA, BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 47%] [44]Percent of cultural landscapes on DOI inventory in good condition [NPS] [FY2012: 41%] [45]Percent of collections in DOI inventory in good condition (i.e., maintained according to DOI museum property management collection standards) [BIA, BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 69%] Natural Heritage Resources: [46]Percent of paleontological localities in DOI inventory in good condition [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 92%] [47]Percent of acres of Wilderness Areas and other Special Management Areas under DOI management meeting their heritage resource objectives under the authorizing legislation [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 66%][48]Percent of miles of National Historic Trails, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and other linear Special Management Areas under DOI management meeting their heritage resource objectives under the authorizing legislation [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 67%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Improve the Condition of Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources [49]Percent of participating cultural properties owned by others that are in good condition [NPS] [FY2012: 4%] 145973a2-aed4-4dea-8edf-d531a8dffb09 4185098c-f6cc-402b-9c92-d891e09306a0 Ecosystem and Resource Understanding Improve the Understanding of National Ecosystems and Resources Through Integrated Interdisciplinary Assessment _f325694f-76c6-4d8f-8b7d-7865e7781c22 4 End Outcome Performance Measures: [50]Percent of targeted science products that are used by partners for land or resource management decision making [USGS] [FY2012: >90%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Ensure availability of long-term environmental and natural resource information, data, and systematic analyses needed by land and resource managers for informed decision making[51]Percent of river basins that have stream flow stations [USGS] [FY2012: 72%][52]Percent of the Nation's 65 principal aquifers with monitoring wells used to measure responses of water levels to drought and climatic variations to provide information needed for water-supply decision making [USGS] [FY2012: 66%][53]Percent of US land surface area with contemporary land cover data available for major environmental monitoring and assessment programs [USGS] [FY2012: 100%][54]Percent of the surface area of the coterminous United States for which high-resolution geospatial datasets are cataloged, managed, and available though The National Map [USGS] [FY2012: 90%][55]Percent of North American migratory birds for which scientific information on their status and trend are available [USGS] [FY2012: 27%][56]Percent of targeted fish and aquatic populations for which information is available regarding limiting factors [USGS] [FY2012: 51%][57]Percent of targeted invasive species for which scientific information and decision support models are available to improve early detection (including risk assessments) and invasive species management [USGS] [FY2012: 54%][58]Percent of targeted contaminants for which methods are developed to assess potential environmental health significance [USGS] [FY2012: 80%] 2: Ensure the quality and relevance of science information and data to support decision making [59]Percent of studies validated through appropriate peer review or independent review [USGS] [FY2012: 100%][60]Percent satisfaction with scientific and technical products and assistance for environment and natural resource decision making [USGS] [FY2012: >90%] c98c09ac-bb85-48a7-a1b2-8567fc2c8902 3237ef77-ac2d-4adf-a5de-2232b5608791 Resource Use Manage natural resources to promote responsible use and sustain a dynamic economy. _6687ae9c-8c59-47d4-a8ac-c4b3f6269423 2 Managing the vast resources of America's public lands has been a core Interior responsibility since the Department was founded in 1849. Over 150 years ago, the newly formed agency focused on development, land sale transactions, and title adjudication as the Nation expanded. As gold and silver were discovered, the Department's role grew to include the establishment of a framework to develop those mineral resources. A considerable body of legislation guides the management of resources on our public and Indian trust lands, including the Mineral Leasing Act, Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, Federal Land Policy and Management Act, Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act, Mining Law of 1872, Taylor Grazing Act, as well as the Coastal Zone Management Act, National Environmental Policy Act, and Endangered Species Act. Managing resources has become increasingly more complex. Today, we are often called upon to determine where, when, and to what extent renewable and non-renewable economic resources on public lands should be made available. That task demands that we balance the economy's call for energy, minerals, forage, and forest resources with our resource protection and recreation responsibilities. Interior conducts research on and assessments of undiscovered non-fuel mineral and energy resources which assist the Department's land management agencies in their goal of providing responsible management of resources on Federal lands. While some lands such as national parks have been set aside for special protection, the Department's multiple-use lands produce resources that are critical to the Nation's economic health. The lands and offshore areas that fall under our sphere of influence supply roughly 30 percent of the Nation's domestic energy production, including 35 percent of the natural gas, 35 percent of the oil, 44 percent of the coal, 17 percent of the hydropower, and 50 percent of the geothermal energy. The President's 2001 National Energy Policy Report presents recommendations to "promote dependable, affordable and environmentally sound production and distribution of energy for the future." The report addresses the principal energy challenges the Nation faces today: Promoting conservation Repairing and modernizing infrastructure Increasing energy supply while protecting the environment At the Department of the Interior, each of our bureaus has a role in implementing the President's National Energy Policy. The Department has been addressing and continues to implement more than 100 actions based on the report's recommendations, including actions dealing with the development of renewable and alternative energy sources such as solar, geothermal, wind, gas hydrates, and oil shale. During this past year, actions have included final approval of the largest wind energy project on Federal land in 25 years. The 200 megawatt project in Idaho will generate enough electricity to supply some 50,000 homes. Interior also issued proposed rules to encourage geothermal energy development on Federal lands. Under the rules, 25 percent of geothermal royalties would be paid to counties where production occurs. BLM currently administers 55 producing geothermal leases. Half of the Nation's geothermal production occurs on Federal land. Other recent actions include MMS publishing an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and received public comments for consideration in developing proposed regulations for Alternative Energy-Related Uses on the Outer Continental Shelf and final guidelines for the Coastal Impact Assistance Program. This is a grant program that provides $1 billion over four years to eligible producing states and political subdivisions and developed a funding allocation model for determining State/Local funding distributions. The USGS is also conducting research into renewable and alternative energy sources including gas hydrates, geothermal, and oil shale. To view further information on implementation of the Act, visit the Interior website at http://www.doi.gov/iepa/index.html. In addition, we manage more than 2,300 dams, reservoirs, and irrigation infrastructures that provide drinking water to over 31 million people and supply water for agricultural and industrial use. This same water infrastructure generates 17 percent (42 billion kilowatt hours) of the Nation's hydropower, making Interior the second largest producer of hydroelectric power in the United States. Forest management programs within the Department enjoy the dual benefit of generating economic benefits through timber harvests on public and Indian trust lands, and restoring forest health through the President's Healthy Forests Initiative. Responsible Development and Use Manage or Influence Resource Use to Enhance Public Benefit, Responsible Development, and Economic Value _53ec2fbd-72fe-41a4-99f5-e1e97ff46671 1 End Outcome Performance Measures: Provide for access:[1]Percent of fluid mineral leases with approved applications for permits to drill [BLM] [FY2012: 47%] [2]Number of onshore Federal acres under lease for coal development. [BLM] [FY2012:464,250] [3]Number of offshore lease sales held consistent with the Secretary's 2007-2012 Five-Year Program [MMS] [FY2012: [FY2012: 4] Responsible Development:[4]Average acreage disturbed per permitted energy exploration or development activity [BLM] [FY2012: 2.1] Coal: - [5]Percent of active coal mining sites that are free of off-site impacts [OSM] [FY2012: 93%] - [6]Percent of mined acreage reclaimed. [OSM] [FY2012: 45%]Fluid Minerals: - [7]Number of acres reclaimed to appropriate final land condition [BLM] [FY2012: TBD] Appropriate Value:[8]Percent of Federal and Indian revenues disbursed on a timely basis per statute. [MMS] [FY2012: 99%] Provide for Access: [9]Number of megawatts of installed capacity authorized on public land for renewable energy development [BLM] [FY2012: TBD] Responsible Development [10]Percent of wind farms incorporating best management practices for protecting raptors and other birds and bats [BLM] [FY2012: 80%] Provide for Access: [11]Number of megawatts of hydropower delivered annually [BOR] [FY2012: 12,362] Responsible Development: [12]Percent of time in forced outage [BOR] [FY2012: 2%] Appropriate Value: [13]Percent of base Operation and Maintenance cost for power compared to the 5-year rolling average cost, expressed as $/MW [BOR] [FY2012: 7.21%] Energy (Fossil Fuels) Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Effectively Manage and Provide for Efficient Access and Development [14]Percent of fluid mineral permit and lease applications processed. [BLM] [FY2012: 94%][15]Percent of coal permit and lease application processed. [BLM] [FY2012: 100%][16]Percent of available offshore oil and gas resources offered for leasing compared to what was planned in the Secretary's Five-Year Plan [MMS] [FY2012: 94%][17]Develop a commercial oil shale leasing program by FY 2008 [BLM] [FY2012: N/A][18]Percent of pending cases of rights-of-way permits and grant applications in backlog status [BLM] [FY2012: 25%] 2: Enhance Responsible Use Management Practices[19]Oil Spills: Amount (in barrels) of offshore oil spilled per million barrels produced [MMS] [FY2012: 5][20]Percent of required fluid minerals inspection and enforcement reviews completed [BLM] [FY2012:85%][21]Percent of required coal inspection and enforcement reviews completed [BLM] [FY2012: 95%][22]Composite accident severity ratio [MMS] [FY2012: 0.05][23]Percent of fluid mineral safety violations (incidents of non-compliance) corrected by operators with first notice [BLM] [FY2012: 97%] Appropriate Value Through Effective Lease and Permit Management [24]Percent of late disbursements [MMS] [FY2012: 1%][25]Percent of Federal and Indian royalties compliance work completed within the 3-year compliance cycle [MMS] [FY2012: TBD][26]Net return (in dollars) to the government through royalties-in-kind (RIK) [MMS] [FY2012: TBD] Energy (Hydropower) Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Operate and Maintain Reliable, Safe, and Secure Power Facilities [27]Facilities Reliability: Hydropower facilities are in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Reliability Rating. [BOR] [FY2012: 95%] 2: Improve Power Generation Management to Maximize Supply[28]Percent of time that Bureau of Reclamation hydroelectric generating units are available to the interconnected Western electrical system during daily peak summer demand periods. [BOR] [FY2012: 92%] 3: Address Environmental / Resource Stewardship Concerns [29]Percent of environmental audit findings and reviews addressed {results pertain to both water and hydropower facilities} [BOR] [FY2012: 75%] 0a6538d5-abcd-48a0-aed7-05916d807429 9bc6b1ce-89a6-482a-81a5-792291435332 Water Deliver Water Consistent with Applicable State and Federal Law, in an Environmentally Responsible and Cost-Efficient Manner _4a4086b9-b8ab-4ba6-952f-f7d919d2b233 2 End Outcome Performance Measures: Water Delivery:[30]Acre-feet of water delivered consistent with applicable substantive and procedural requirements of Federal and State water law. [BOR] [FY2012: 27,987,350] Reliability: [31]Amount of acre-feet of restricted capacity (lower # is good). [BOR] [FY2012: 366,512] [32]Percent of water facilities that do not receive Federal or State notices of violation under environmental requirements as defined by Federal and State law. [BOR] [FY2012: 97%] Cost-Effectiveness: [33]Percent change in cost to operate and maintain water storage infrastructure compared to the 5-year rolling average. [BOR] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Operate and Maintain a Safe and Reliable Water Infrastructure[34]Facilities Reliability: Water infrastructure is in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Reliability Rating (FRR) [BOR] [FY2012: 92%] [35]Improvement in water supply (acre feet per year) resulting from management agreements and partnerships [BOR] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] [36]Requirements: Percent of environmental audit findings and reviews addressed [results pertain to both water and hydropower facilities] [BOR] [FY2012: 75%] Complete Construction Projects to Increase Delivery Infrastructure and Water Availability [37]Increased Supply: Potential acre-feet made available through completion of projects [BOR] [FY2012: 3,911] 691929c1-774e-4d90-809e-fd112b7f6e7c 257e810c-0328-4033-957e-07cf76fe0de1 Land-Related Resources Manage or Influence Resource Use to Enhance Public Benefit, Responsible Development, and Economic Value _7f059d05-8c5c-4b2a-93ac-f12af821d584 3 End Outcome Performance Measures: Access: Forage: [38]Percent of grazing permits and leases processed as planned consistent with applicable resource management plans [BLM] [FY2012: 100%] [39]Cost per grazing permit/lease for processing and issuing grazing permits/leases [BLM] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] Forest Products: Access:[40]Percent of allowable sale quantity timber offered for sale consistent with applicable resource management plans [BLM] [FY2012: 100%] [41]Volume of wood products offered consistent with applicable management plans [BLM] [FY2012: 316] [42]Administrative cost per thousand board feet of timber offered for sale [BLM] [FY2012: 186] Non-Energy Minerals: Access: [43]Number of onshore Federal acres under lease or contract for non-energy mineral exploration and development (leaseable and saleable minerals) [BLM] [FY2012: 883,826] Responsible Use:[44]Number of acres reclaimed to appropriate land condition and water quality standards [BLM] [FY2012: 50,068] Forage Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Provide Access for Grazing[45]Permit Processing: Average time (average reduction, number of days) for processing and issuance of grazing permits and leases (lower number is good) [BLM] [FY2012: 204] 2: Enhance Responsible Use Management Practices [46]Percent of range improvements completed as planned. [BLM] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] Forest Products Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Enhance Responsible Use Management Practices[47]Percent of forestry improvements completed as planned [BLM] [FY2012: 100%] Non-Energy Minerals Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Effectively Manage and Provide for Efficient Access and Production[48]Average time for processing plans of operation for locatable minerals. [BLM] [FY2012: 17] 0f939076-b47e-40c4-8f11-88e998ae7b3f 050db8dd-677b-4178-9131-990d87fd8374 Supporting Science Improve the Understanding of Energy and Mineral Resources to Promote Responsible Use and Sustain the Nation's Dynamic Economy _8b60df10-5f11-4392-bf3e-ba0420e29233 4 End Outcome Performance Measures: [49]Percent of targeted science products that are used by partners or customers for land or resource management decision making [USGS] [FY2012: >80%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Ensure availability of energy and mineral resource information and systematic analyses needed by land and resource managers for informed decision making[50]Number of targeted basins/areas with energy resource assessments available to support management decisions [USGS] [FY2012: 2][51]Percent of targeted non-fuel mineral commodities for which up-to-date deposit models are available to support decision making[USGS] [FY2012: 100%] 2: Ensure availability of tools and methodologies to support decision making[52]Percent of studies validated through appropriate peer review or independent review [USGS] [FY2012: 100%][53]Percent satisfaction with scientific and technical products and assistance for natural resource decision making [FY2012: >80%] 1f1b404b-cad6-4d32-b5a7-9d62bb3bc580 4b912059-b3ff-40c9-9a54-9c8bfd5f1810 Recreation Provide recreation opportunities for America _43c83c81-3f97-4c90-b0e1-f0345498baa5 3 The Department's recreation responsibility began with Yellowstone, set aside in 1872 to serve as a pleasuring-ground for the benefit and enjoyment of the people.” Today, that recreation responsibility is shared by the Bureau of Land Management, Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, and Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) operating under the principal mandates of the Federal Land Policy and Management Act, the Refuge Recreation Act, the National Wildlife Refuge System Improvement Act, and the National Park Service Organic Act. Recreational opportunities also abound on Indian lands. Americans come to their national parks, refuges, and public lands for many reasons: to renew their sense of self, to experience adventure or relaxation, and to sample the rich diversity of our landscape and culture on water or land, at sea level or thousands of feet above, in scuba gear, on mountain bikes, or with a camera, while hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating, white water rafting, or birding. Interior's recreation destinations are among the Nation's most popular sites. Annually, the 390-unit National Park System accommodates some 271 million visitors. Another 72 million people visit our National Wildlife Refuge System, with 545 units spanning 94 million acres. An additional 56 million people visit the 262 million acres of public lands supervised by our Bureau of Land Management, while some 90 million visitors enjoy Bureau of Reclamation's 308 sites. Developed by the Department of the Interior as part of an interagency collaboration, www.recreation.gov makes it easy for people to identify recreation opportunities regardless of whether they are managed at the Federal, State, or local level. Visitor Enjoyment Improve the Quality and Diversity of Recreation Experiences and Visitor Enjoyment on DOI Lands. _17df6553-cece-4d3d-bd5a-87b543d235c8 1 End Outcome Performance Measures: [1]Percent of visitors satisfied with the quality of their experience [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 96%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Provide Recreational Opportunities [2]Percent of recreation units with current management plan [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] 2: Improve Capacities to Provide Recreation, Where Appropriate[3]Recreational Opportunities: Overall condition of trails and campgrounds as determined by the Facilities Condition Index [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: TBD][4]Percent of priority recreation facilities that meet applicable accessibility standards [BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 24%] 3: Provide Effective Interpretation and Education Programs [5]Percent satisfaction among visitors served by facilitated programs [BLM, NPS] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] 4: Manage and Protect Recreational Resources and Users[6]Number of serious injuries per 100,000 visitors [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 2][7]Number of fatalities per 100,000 visitors [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 0.1][8]Percent of visitors satisfied with services provided by commercial recreational operations. [BLM, NPS] [FY2012: 81%] 5: Provide For and Receive Fair Value in Recreation [9]Percent of customers satisfied with the value for fee paid [BLM, FWS, NPS, BOR] [FY2012: 91%][10]Percent of recreation fee program receipts spent on fee collection [BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 18%] 0d84a18a-1c3e-4c39-9636-b213ad175f13 d5b15e6a-0598-4119-ab2b-37fa4072e312 Partnerships Expand Seamless Recreation Opportunities with Partners _f85c1a53-c350-4b5e-83f4-35112501a867 2 End Outcome Performance Measures: [11]Number of non-DOI acres made available for recreation through financial support and technical assistance [FWS NPS] [FY2012: 1,126,510] [12]Number of non-DOI river, and shoreline, and trail miles made available for recreation through financial support and technical assistance [FWS NPS] [FY2012: 9,485] [13]Number of waters where recreational fishing opportunities are provided [FWS] [FY2012: TBD] 6ae69bbc-512d-423c-a7d0-81f8afcad6c1 b3d7fc1d-074d-472b-9280-09d2d0cafe40 Serving Communities Safeguard lives, property and assets, advance scientific knowledge, and improve the quality of life for communities we serve. _10fd7144-c3ff-4c92-a8ce-7ee61c52096b 4 The Department is responsible for protecting lives, resources, and property; providing scientific information to reduce risks from earthquakes, landslides, and volcanic eruptions, and fulfilling the Nation's trust and other special responsibilities to American Indians, Native Alaskans, and residents of Island Communities. Our mission responsibilities include assisting 561 American Indian tribes, with a service population of nearly 1.6 million American Indians and Alaska Natives. We manage 56 million acres of Indian trust land and $3.3 billion of financial trust assets held in approximately 1,450 trust accounts for about 300 Tribes and about 323,000 open accounts for individual Indians. We also provide elementary and secondary education to nearly 48,000 Native American students and protect millions of cultural and historic resources on Federal and Indian lands. We have administrative responsibility for coordinating Federal policy with respect to the territories of American Samoa, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. We also oversee Federal programs and funding in the freely associated states of Micronesia, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and the Republic of Palau. To assist the islands in developing more efficient and effective government, we provide financial and technical assistance and promote appropriate Federal policies. Protection of Life, Resources, and Property Improve Protection of Lives, Resources, and Property _7fb123f2-5fc0-413c-b055-05455fadb139 1 End Outcome Performance Measures: Wildland Fire: [1]Percent change from the 10-year average in the number of acres burned by unplanned and unwanted wildland fires on DOI lands [BIA, BLM, FWS, NPS through OWFC] [FY2012: 5%] Public Safety and Security[2]Percent of facilities meeting the minimum departmental security guidelines [OLES] [FY2012: 100%][3]Emergency Management: Level of emergency preparedness as measured by the Interior Readiness (I-READ) Index [OLES] [FY2012: TBD]Law Enforcement: - [4]Percent reduction in Part I offenses that occur on DOI lands or under DOI jurisdiction [BIA,BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS through OLESEM] [FY2012: 10%] - [5]Percent reduction in Part II offenses (excluding natural, cultural and heritage resource crimes) that occur on DOI lands or under DOI jurisdiction [BIA, BOR, BLM, FWS, NPS through OLESEM] [FY2012: 10%] - [6]Percent reduction of natural, cultural and heritage resource crimes that occur on DOI lands or under DOI jurisdiction [BIA, BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS through OLESEM] [FY2012: 10%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Improve Fire Management Improve Fire Prevention and Suppression: [7]Percent of unplanned and unwanted wildland fires on DOI land controlled during initial attack [*] [FY2012: 95%] Reduce Hazardous Fuels: [8]Percent of acres treated which achieve fire management objectives as identified in applicable management plans [*] [FY2012: 95%] [9]Number and percent of treated Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) acres that are identified in Community Wildfire Protection Plans or other applicable collaboratively developed plans [*] [FY2012: 420,000; 80%] [10]Number of acres in WUI treated per million dollars gross investment [*] [FY2012: 3,500] [*All Strategy 1 measures are BIA, BLM, FWS, NPS reported through OWFC] 2: Improve Public Safety and Security and Protect Public Resources from Damage[11]Mitigate Hazards: Percent of physical and chemical hazards mitigated in appropriate time to ensure visitor or public safety (BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: 64%][12]Security: Percent reduction in physical security vulnerabilities identified at DOI facilities [OLES] [FY2012: TBD][13]Percent of incidents/investigations closed for Part I, Part II and natural, cultural and heritage resources offenses [BIA, BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: TBD][14]Percent of DOI public lands management units where travel management plans or equivalent regulatory or policy documents are completed [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] 3: Promote Respect for Private Property [15]Percent of open complaints received from property owners, concerning DOI actions affecting status of their private property, resolved within one year [BLM, FWS, NPS] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] 4: Provide Prompt Response to Requests for Administrative Action [16]Hearings and Appeals: Number of non-probate cases concluded [OHA] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] 68d76ddd-4ca2-47a4-b60c-7f020cdec45f 57bb01d3-9f37-40ba-88b4-d9626951cca1 Natural Hazard Understanding, Prediction, and Monitoring Improve Understanding, Prediction, and Monitoring of Natural Hazards to Inform Decisions by Civil Authorities and the Public to Plan for, Manage, and Mitigate the Effects of Hazard Events on People and Property _043284dc-6b1f-40ca-a949-95b88eecb202 2 End Outcome Performance Measures: [17]Percent of communities/Tribes using DOI science on hazard mitigation, preparedness and avoidance for each hazard management activity [USGS] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Provide information to assist communities in managing risks from natural hazards[18]Number of areas for which detailed hazard assessments are completed [USGS] [FY2012: 63][19]Number of metropolitan regions where Shakemap is incorporated into emergency procedures [USGS] [FY2012: 5] [20]Percent of potentially hazardous volcanoes with published hazard assessments [USGS] [FY2012: 71%] 2: Ensure availability of tools and methodologies to support decision making [21]Percent of studies validated through peer review or other independent review, as appropriate [USGS] [FY2012: 100%][22]Percent satisfaction with scientific and technical products and assistance for natural hazard planning, mitigation, and emergency response [USGS] [FY2012: >80%] 26d3137d-d983-45cf-840e-e57701cba289 52e7d10e-635a-4bee-86c6-26d8716717dc Indian Fiduciary Trust Fulfill Indian Fiduciary Trust Responsibilities _feb1b284-1330-4402-ab7d-289bdc03fed8 3 End Outcome Performance Measures: Beneficiary Services:[23]Percent of financial information accurately processed in Trust beneficiaries accounts [OST] [FY2012: 98%][24]Percent timeliness of financial account information provided to Trust beneficiaries [OST] [FY2012: 99.5%] Trust Fund Accountability[25]Percent of risk mitigated on Corrective Action Plans based on Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act control plans [OST] [FY2012: 100%] Indian Natural Resource Trust Assets Management: Access: [26]Percent of total annual allowable harvest offered for sale [BIA] [FY2012: TBD] [27]Percent of total acres of agricultural and grazing land that have resource management plans completed [BIA] [FY2012: 50%][28]Percent of agricultural and range acres leased where lease proceeds exceed administrative cost of the leased-acres base [BIA] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007]] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Ownership Information that is Accurate, Timely, and Reliable[29]Probate: Percent of estates closed [BIA, OHA, OST with BIA as the reporting lead] [FY2012: 100%][30]Ownership Information:- Percent of Whereabouts Unknown accounts resolved [OST] [FY2012: 20%][31]Land Acquisitions: Number of fractionated interests acquired [BIA, OST] [FY2012: 139,427] [32]Ensure Timeliness of Mineral Revenue Payments to American Indians: Percent of revenue recorded in the Trust Financial Accounting System within 24 hours of receipt [OST] [FY2012: 99%] 9b6e90f4-2018-43f7-9a2b-11f2552c7f83 f6d752c9-200b-404f-8307-b0f5d5a78a5f Tribes and Alaska Natives Advance Quality Communities for Tribes and Alaska Natives _d2c29aaf-4bd1-4cfe-86e1-4a8f8e268f5f 4 End Outcome Performance Measures: Education: [33]Percent of BIA/BIE funded schools achieving Adequate Yearly Progress (“AYP”) [BIE] [FY2012: 75%] Public Safety: [34]Crime: Part I violent crime incidents per 100,000 Indian Country inhabitants receiving law enforcement services [BIA] [FY2012: TBD] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Improve Education for Indian Tribes Learning Environment: - [35]Percent of BIA/BIE school facilities in acceptable condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index (lower FCI number is good) [BIE] [FY2012: TBD]- [36]Percent of teachers that are highly qualified in select subject areas [BIE] [FY2012: 99%] Learning Progress:- [37]Percent of BIA/BIE schools not making AYP that improve in reading [BIE] [FY2012: 98%]- [38]Percent of BIA/BIE schools not making AYP that improved in math [BIE] [FY2012: 100%] [39]Tribal Courts: Percent of BIA-funded Tribal judicial systems receiving an acceptable rating under independent Tribal judicial system reviews [BIA] [FY2012: TBD][40]Detention: Percent of law enforcement facilities that are in acceptable condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index (lower FCI number is good) [BIA] [FY2012: 82%] Transportation:- [41]Percent of miles of road in acceptable condition based on the Service Level Index [BIA] [FY2012: 17%]- [42]Percent of bridges in acceptable condition based on the Service Level Index [BIA] [FY2012: 51%] 9e025315-51d1-45e3-8ee3-ad8a8fbe532e e613cf0d-821d-4e8f-8dc1-3e1b844baf3b Insular Area Economic Self-Sufficiency Increase Economic Self-Sufficiency of Insular Areas _d898ec7b-d054-4b68-b19a-737d8d0a31db 5 End Outcome Performance Measures: Federal assistance as a percentage of GDP for insular economies (lower number is good) [OIA] [43]Annual proxy measure: Ratio of Federal revenue to total revenues in insular areas [OIA] ] [FY2012: 28%] [OIA will continue to use an annual proxy measure since it is still not feasible to collect GDP measure data.] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: Improve Insular Governments Financial Management Practices[44]Timeliness of Financial Statements: Total average months late for all insular general fund financial statements [OIA] [FY2012: 0] 2: Increase Economic Development [45]Private Sector Employment: Ratio of private sector jobs to total employment [OIA] [FY2012: 72%] 3: Increased Federal Responsiveness to Unique Needs of Island Communities Striving for Economic Self-Sufficiency [46]Satisfaction and Confidence Rating: Numerical improvement in insular areas satisfaction with and confidence in Interior responsiveness to their needs[OIA] [FY2012: 76%] 76b77541-a503-49a3-9e2b-6edf7a3697a7 19cb9349-5765-4735-9849-a779012040c5 Management Excellence Manage the Department to be highly skilled, accountable, modern, functionally integrated, citizen-centered and result-oriented _5aae8c4c-29f3-463c-9f7d-31d46cb903f1 5 Successful management is imperative if we are to meet our four strategic mission goals. Interior personnel will need to reconcile the public's increasing demand for services and products with constrained budget resources. Only a steady stream of innovation will produce the required increases in our efficiency and effectiveness. To succeed, we will need increased accountability for results, more effective means of leveraging available resources, and the continuous introduction and evaluation of process, structural, and technology improvements. The Department's management approach is guided by the Secretary's key business principles: accountability and modernization/integration. Accountability: Our managers and employees will be held responsible for performance results measured against clear gauges, with budgets linked to performance and sound financial management. Modernization/Integration: With respect to modernization, the Department will use technology to work smarter, including providing single points of access to our services and other expanded E-Government opportunities. We are working to give our employees the skills, technologies, systems, and practices they'll need to meet the future. Leading the management initiatives is the Department's Management Excellence Council, chaired by the Secretary and including the Deputy Secretary, Solicitor, Associate Deputy Secretary, Inspector General, Assistant Secretaries, Chief Information Officer, and Bureau Directors. The Council provides direction and accountability to implement the Administration's goals and provide overall direction and oversight to the Department's management improvement activities. To support the Management Excellence Council, a senior-level team (the Management Initiatives Team MIT) has been established with its own topical sub-teams. (See Appendix 6.) By focusing on the President's Management Agenda and the Secretary's vision and management principles, the Department's integrated strategy will improve performance and efficiency and reduce duplication, rendering the support we need to achieve our mission goals. Accountability Increase Accountability _4688e08b-ec3f-46f2-be4d-bda5c031cb8a 1 End Outcome Performance Measures: [1]Percent of reporting entities with unqualified audits [PFM] [FY2012: 100%] [2]Percent of bureaus and offices that establish and maintain an effective, risk-based internal control environment as defined by the Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA) and revised OMB Circular A-123 [PFM] [FY2012: 100%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: Improved Financial Management - Corrective Actions: - [3]Percent of material weaknesses and material non-compliance issues that are corrected on schedule [PFM] [FY2012: 100%] - [4]Percent of established targets in Financial Performance Metrics met as defined in FAM No. 2003- 015 [PFM] [FY2012: 100%] 9ebff102-f867-4c2e-b36b-de6d88e6e79f a46990c6-63b3-4686-b857-de0137bdf08d Modernization/Integration Advance Modernization/Integration _9278a6eb-d5f0-470e-8103-fe743e50fce1 2 End Outcome Performance Measures: [5]Percent of time that networks are operational for all users [PIO] [FY2012: 99.5%] [6]Percent of completed IT projects for which customers report objectives were met [PIO] [FY2012: 96%] [7]Percent of systems and lines of business/functional areas associated with an approved blueprint that are managed consistent with that blueprint. [PIO] [FY2012: 95%][8]Percent of identified skill gaps across the workforce that are closed [PHR] [FY2012: 3%][9]Percent of IT systems that have Certification and Accreditation (C&A) and are maintaining C&A status [OCIO] [FY2012: 100%] Intermediate Outcomes and Performance Measures: 1: E-Government and Information Technology Management Efficient IT Management: - [10]Score achieved on the OMB Enterprise Architecture Framework [PIO] [FY2012: 4.5]- [11]Stage achieved on the GAO IT Investment Management Framework [PIO] [FY2012: 5]- [12]Score achieved on the NIST Federal IT Security Assessment Framework [PIO] [FY2012: 4.5] Implement Records Management Strategy: - [13]Percent of all bureaus and offices developing consistent records management policy [PIO] [FY2012: 100%]- [14]Percent of electronic records managed through an approved electronic records management system [PIO] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY07]] 2: Human Capital Management Worker Competency:[15]Percent of employees who have resolved competency gaps for specified occupational groups representing Department-wide skill needs [PHR] [FY2012: 3%] Safe Workplace:[16]Percent reduction in lost production days [PHR] [FY2012: 1%][17]Percent reduction in the number of employees on workers compensation rolls [PHR] [FY2012: 3%] [18]Percent annual reduction in the injury incidence rate at DOI [PHS] [FY2012: 3%] Diversity: [19]Increase in the percentage of qualified, highly skilled, diverse candidates hired as a result of implementing specified requirements of the DOI Strategic Plan for Achieving and Maintaining a Highly Skilled and Diverse Workforce, FY 2005-2009 [OCR] [FY2012: 5%] Collaboration Capacity: - [20]Number of volunteer hours per year supporting DOI mission activities [TPIA] [FY2012: TBD] - [21]Cooperative Conservation Internal Capacity: Percent of organizations that have trained and developed employees in collaboration and partnering competencies [PMB] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] - [22]Cooperative Conservation External Capacity: Percent of conservation projects that actively involve the use of knowledge and skills of people in the area, and local resources in priority setting, planning, and implementation processes. [PMB] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007]- [23]Collocation: Number of facilities with multi-agency use/occupancy that coordinate services [PAM] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] Organizational Reviews and Acquisitions [24]Number of full time equivalent employees in competitive sourcing studies completed during the fiscal year [PCS] [FY2012: 350] [25]Percent savings compared to relevant GSA Federal Supply Schedule prices for contracts awarded through Strategic Sourcing [PAM] [FY2012: 2%] [26]Increase Competition: Percent of eligible service contract actions over $25,000 awarded as performance-based acquisitions [PAM] [FY2012: 70%] [27]Efficiencies (in dollars) achieved through utilization of core operations principles [POB] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] 4: Performance-Budget Integration [28]Percent of programs with demonstrated use of performance measures in budget justifications and decisions [POB, PPP] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] [29]Percent of programs that can estimate marginal cost of changing of performance [POB, PPP] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] Facilities Improvement [30]Overall condition of buildings and of structures (as measured by the FCI) that are mission critical and mission dependent (as measured by the API), with emphasis on improving the condition of assets with critical health and safety needs [PAM, with data from BIA, BLM, BOR, FWS, NPS, USGS] [FY2012: TBD] [31]Percent change in the Operating Costs (operations and maintenance costs) per square foot of buildings that are "Not-Mission Dependent" as reported in the Federal Real Property Profile (FRPP) in the current fiscal year compared to the previous fiscal year. [PAM] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] [32]Percent change in the total number of buildings (office, warehouse, laboratory, and housing) reported as "Under Utilized" or "Not Utilized" in the Federal Real Property Profile (FRPP) in the current fiscal year compared to the previous fiscal year [PAM] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] [33]Percent of assets targeted for disposal that were disposed [PAM] [FY2012: TBD Establish Baseline in FY2007] a8397adc-388a-4363-b21e-1f25f3964aad 0e9964b6-c031-4a55-9328-a83f2ed3ca08 2006-10-01 2012-09-30 2010-02-08 http://www.doi.gov/ppp/Strategic%20Plan%20FY07-12/strat_plan_fy2007_2012.doc Arthur Colman (www.drybridge.com) colman@drybridge.com Submit error.