../plan.css">The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
This component of the agency's program budget structure includes the Commissioners and supporting administrative and policy guidance staff, information technology resources to support agency programs nationwide, financial and human resource management, GPRA planning and analytical functions, publications and public information, and the Office of Inspector General.
The budget request includes $47 million for Executive Direction and support functions, of which the major component is information technology. Consistent with the Administration's management improvement objectives and the agency's Five-Year Technology Strategic Plan (see Figure 4), in fiscal year 2002, EEOC will continue its commitment to deploy management information systems that ensure financial integrity and cost-efficient utilization of human and other resources to achieve program results.
With the resources requested for fiscal year 2002, EEOC will:
Transition to a widely used and reliable financial management system since the current system is not longer supported by the system developer. The new system will support the Administration's management reform efforts to (1) optimize use of electronic transmission of postings and responses to procure goods and services; and (2) ensure timely and accurate payments to vendors.
The following subsections discuss on our budget request in further detail and provide the fiscal year 2002 GPRA measures for the three support areas covered in Section IV: Enhance Staff Effectiveness, Policy Direction and Guidance, and Instill a Knowledge Base and Maintain Technological Competency. We have included in Appendix C-4 our Fiscal Year 2000 Annual Performance Report under the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA) describing our accomplishments in fiscal year 2000.
This page was last modified on May 3, 2001.
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