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                            DHS FY 2016-2018 APR
	Annual Performance Report
		Section 1: Overview
			Introduction
				Organization
				Missions and Goals for Homeland Security
			Organizational Performance Management Framework in DHS
				Performance Community
				Managing our Measures
				Performance Data Verification and Validation
				Quarterly Performance Reporting
				Performance and Accountability Reporting
				Agency Priority Goals
				Performance Reviews
				Strategic Reviews
				Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution (PPBE) and the Performance Budget
		Section 2:  Performance Results
			Performance Summary of DHS
			Departmental Summary of Results
			DHS Performance by Strategic Goal
				Mission 1:  Prevent Terrorism and Enhance Security
				Mission 2:  Secure and Manage Our Borders
				Mission 3:  Enforce and Administer Our Immigration Laws
				Mission 4:  Safeguard and Secure Cyberspace
				Mission 5:  Strengthen National Preparedness and Resilience
				Mature and Strengthen Homeland Security
		Section 3:  Other Information
			Priority Goals
				FY 2016 – 2017 Agency Priority Goals
				Cross-Agency Priority Goals
			Management Initiatives
				Management Reform
				Customer Service
				Human Capital Management
				Acquisition Management/Strategic Sourcing
				Information Technology
				Sustainability
				Financial Stewardship
			Major Management and Performance Challenges and High-Risk Areas – Summary of Progress
			Low-Priority Program Activities
			Acronym List
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	DHS Overview
		Departmental Overview
		Organization of the Congressional Justification
		Comparison of Budget Authority and Request
		Personal Compensation and Benefits
		Non Pay Budget Exhibit
		Administrative and General Provisions
		Department Resource Table
                        
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With honor and integrity, we will

safeguard the American people, our

homeland, and our values.



Annual Performance Report


Fiscal Years 2016-2018

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About this Report


The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Annual Performance Report for Fiscal Years (FY) 2016-2018

presents the Department’s performance measures and applicable results aligned to our missions, provides

the planned performance targets for FY 2017 and FY 2018, and includes information on the Department’s

Strategic Review and our Agency Priority Goals. In addition, this report presents several FY 2016

Department-wide management initiatives followed by a summary of major management and performance

challenges and high-risk areas identified by the DHS Office of Inspector General and the Government

Accountability Office. The report is consolidated to incorporate our annual performance plan and annual

performance report.


The FY 2016 – 2018 Annual Performance Report is one in a series of three reports which comprise the

Department’s performance and accountability reports:


 DHS Agency Financial Report: Delivery date – November 15, 2016.

 DHS Annual Performance Report: Delivery date – May 22, 2017

 DHS Summary of Performance and Financial Information: Delivery date – March 29, 2017.


When published, all three reports will be located on our public website at:

http://www.dhs.gov/performance-accountability.


For more information, contact:


Department of Homeland Security

Office of the Chief Financial Officer

Office of Program Analysis & Evaluation

245 Murray Lane, SW

Mailstop 200

Washington, DC 20528


Information may also be requested by sending an email to [email protected] or calling (202) 447-0333.



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mailto:[email protected]

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FY 2016-2018 Annual Performance Report





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Goal: Ensure Readiness of Frontline Operators and First

Responders

Strategies

 Support systems for training, exercising, and evaluating capabilities

 Support law enforcement, first responder, and risk management training

Performance Highlight



Homeland Security Leadership Academy


The Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers (FLETC) is in

its second year of partnering with the National Sheriffs’

Association to deliver a two-week executive leadership training

program for command level local law enforcement leaders.

The program addresses some of the most critical challenges

faced by state, local, and tribal law enforcement executives,

and includes leadership topics such as leading in a crisis, ethics,

emotional intelligence, critical thinking, and decision making.

Participants engage in realistic training scenarios, facilitating

review of their own operations, policies, procedures, and

readiness for an active shooter situation, pandemic emergency,

or some other type of major event. Additionally, they participate in simulated exercises to identify barriers and biases

that can impede decision-making and to collaborate on methods of overcoming obstacles in the midst of a crisis. The

program also includes an executive forum, which features expert panelists answering questions on topics such as

recruitment, community trust, safety, mental health, and data collection and analysis.



There are now 47 HSLA graduates from 45 agencies, representing 34 states and one U.S. territory. They are leaders

within their agencies and their communities who now have a unique connection to FLETC and the Department of

Homeland Security. This summer, graduates of the pilot 2015 HSLA program received follow-on training at the NSA

annual conference in Minneapolis, Minnesota, earning a certification in Homeland Security. FLETC plans to provide

this follow-on training opportunity each year at the NSA conference for HSLA graduates.



Performance Results and Plan

In FY 2016, there were two strategic performance measures used to assess the Department’s efforts

for this goal.



Federal Law Enforcement Training Measure: The Federal Law Enforcement Training
Centers (FLETC) provides career-long training to law enforcement professionals to help them fulfill

their responsibilities safely and proficiently. Over the past 46 years, FLETC has grown into the

Nation’s largest provider of law enforcement training. These measures provide an assessment of

how well our training programs are being received by those receiving the training. These measures

also assess the capacity of our training programs.

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FY 2018 President's BudgetFY 2017 Annualized CRFY 2016 Revised Enacted

Mandatory - Fee 42 42 4,199,384 128 121 4,613,554 191 181 4,779,036

Adjusted Mandatory - Fee 42 42 4,199,384 128 121 4,613,554 191 181 4,779,036

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services 16,432 15,371 3,787,338 15,875 15,091 3,606,909 18,196 17,296 4,442,039

Operations and Support 419 398 104,560 419 398 101,281 419 398 108,856

Employment Status Verification....................................................................................................... 419 398 104,560 419 398 101,281 419 398 108,856

Procurement, Construction, and Improvements - - 15,111 - - 15,082 - - 22,657

Verification Modernization (VER)................................................................................................... - - 15,111 - - 15,082 - - 22,657

Immigration Examinations Fee Account 15,828 14,788 3,604,366 15,271 14,508 3,430,546 17,592 16,713 4,228,339

District Operations............................................................................................................................ 7,778 7,276 1,590,552 7,630 7,249 1,615,409 8,311 7,895 1,756,407

Service Center Operations................................................................................................................ 3,539 3,352 599,010 3,846 3,654 669,891 3,556 3,378 649,461

Asylum, Refugee and International Operations............................................................................... 1,606 1,447 284,231 1,381 1,312 259,042 1,668 1,585 399,882

Records Operations........................................................................................................................... 396 360 129,368 359 341 124,177 430 408 135,477

Premium Processing (Including Transformation)............................................................................ 447 419 436,637 - - 226,380 1,430 1,359 620,829

Information and Customer Services................................................................................................. 317 299 97,932 360 342 124,041 329 313 109,445

Administration................................................................................................................................... 1,522 1,423 434,316 1,472 1,398 384,585 1,645 1,563 522,010

Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlements (SAVE)................................................................. 223 212 32,320 223 212 27,021 223 212 34,828

H-1B Nonimmigrant Petitioner Account - - 15,000 - - 15,000 - - 15,000

Service Center Operations................................................................................................................ - - 15,000 - - 15,000 - - 15,000

Fraud Prevention and Detection Account 185 185 48,301 185 185 45,000 185 185 67,187

District Operations............................................................................................................................ 115 115 27,390 115 115 29,523 115 115 45,101

Service Center Operations................................................................................................................ 70 70 20,603 70 70 15,169 70 70 21,778

Asylum and Refugee Operating Expenses........................................................................................ - - 308 - - 308 - - 308

Net Discretionary 419 398 119,671 419 398 116,363 419 398 131,513

CHIMP (Mandatory) (4,000) (4,000) (4,000)

Adjusted Net Discretionary 419 398 115,671 419 398 112,363 419 398 127,513

Mandatory - Fee 16,013 14,973 3,667,667 15,456 14,693 3,490,546 17,777 16,898 4,310,526

Adjusted Mandatory - Fee 16,013 14,973 3,667,667 15,456 14,693 3,490,546 17,777 16,898 4,310,526

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center 1,133 1,106 244,480 1,095 1,068 243,994 1,139 1,112 272,759

Operations and Support 1,133 1,106 244,480 1,095 1,068 243,994 1,139 1,112 272,759

Mission Support................................................................................................................................ 223 217 28,075 223 217 28,034 223 217 28,034

Law Enforcement Training............................................................................................................... 910 889 216,405 872 851 215,960 916 895 244,725

Procurement, Construction, and Improvements - - - - - - - - -

Construction and Facility Improvements......................................................................................... - - - - - - - - -

Net Discretionary 1,133 1,106 244,480 1,095 1,068 243,994 1,139 1,112 272,759

Adjusted Net Discretionary 1,133 1,106 244,480 1,095 1,068 243,994 1,139 1,112 272,759

Science and Technology 480 480 776,653 480 480 771,690 431 455 627,324

Operations and Support 480 480 302,079 480 480 299,015 431 455 254,618

Mission Support................................................................................................................................ 344 344 121,245 344 344 119,220 324 334 119,823

Laboratory Facilities.......................................................................................................................... 136 136 133,731 136 136 133,943 107 121 92,243

Acquisition and Operations Analysis............................................................................................... - - 47,103 - - 45,852 - - 42,552

Procurement, Construction, and Improvements - - - - - - - - -

Laboratory Facilities.......................................................................................................................... - - - - - - - - -

Research and Development - - 474,574 - - 472,675 - - 372,706

Research, Development and Innovation........................................................................................... - - 434,850 - - 432,951 - - 342,982

University Programs.......................................................................................................................... - - 39,724 - - 39,724 - - 29,724

Congressional Justification

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FY 2018 President's BudgetFY 2017 Annualized CRFY 2016 Revised Enacted

Net Discretionary 480 480 776,653 480 480 771,690 431 455 627,324

Adjusted Net Discretionary 480 480 776,653 480 480 771,690 431 455 627,324

Domestic Nuclear Detection Office 137 137 347,036 137 137 342,059 158 144 330,440

Operations and Support 137 137 51,461 137 137 50,095 158 144 54,664

Mission Support................................................................................................................................ 137 137 51,461 137 137 50,095 158 144 54,664

Procurement, Construction, and Improvements - - 88,289 - - 87,096 - - 87,096

Large Scale Detection Systems......................................................................................................... - - 51,269 - - 53,096 - - 62,524

Human Portable Rad/Nuc Systems................................................................................................... - - 37,020 - - 34,000 - - 24,572

Research and Development - - 160,005 - - 158,173 - - 144,161

Architecture Planning and Analysis.................................................................................................. - - 15,758 - - 15,578 - - 15,937

Transformational Research and Development................................................................................. - - 64,684 - - 63,943 - - 60,581

Detection Capability Development.................................................................................................. - - 21,029 - - 20,788 - - 15,155

Detection Capability Assessments.................................................................................................... - - 39,503 - - 39,051 - - 34,127

Nuclear Forensics.............................................................................................................................. - - 19,031 - - 18,813 - - 18,361

Federal Assistance - - 47,281 - - 46,695 - - 44,519

Federal, State, Local, Territorial, and Tribal Support...................................................................... - - 26,168 - - 25,560 - - 23,384

Securing the Cities............................................................................................................................ - - 21,113 - - 21,135 - - 21,135

Net Discretionary 137 137 347,036 137 137 342,059 158 144 330,440

Adjusted Net Discretionary 137 137 347,036 137 137 342,059 158 144 330,440

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY 226,916 217,150 65,674,835 226,947 218,403 65,978,997 233,613 225,836 70,692,491

Rescission of Prior Year Unobligated Balances (Discretionary - Appropriation) - - (1,049,217) - - (1,049,217) - - (593,745)

[Net Discretionary - Fee] [1,638] [1,638] [243,454] [1,086] [1,086] [251,935] [1,367] [1,367] [274,001]

Discretionary - Fee 430 400 441,007 592 562 348,363 598 594 394,359

Discretionary - Offsetting Fee 1,822 1,715 3,777,824 1,943 1,836 3,761,932 1,938 1,819 4,645,555

Discretionary - Major Disasters (DRF) - 4,450 6,712,953 - 4,737 6,712,953 - 4,737 6,793,000

Net Discretionary 198,790 185,825 42,294,746 197,830 185,530 42,311,771 201,187 189,714 44,661,433

Adjusted Net Discretionary 198,790 185,825 41,241,529 197,830 185,530 41,258,554 201,187 189,714 44,063,688

Gross Discretionary 201,042 192,390 53,226,530 200,365 192,665 53,135,019 203,723 196,864 56,494,347

Adjusted Gross Discretionary 201,042 192,390 52,177,313 200,365 192,665 52,085,802 203,723 196,864 55,909,002

Mandatory - Appropriation 14 14 2,342,276 14 14 2,335,263 19 19 2,428,104

Mandatory - Fees 25,860 24,746 10,106,029 26,568 25,724 10,508,715 29,871 28,953 11,770,040

[Overseas Contingency Operations] - [366] [160,002] - [366] [160,002] - - -

[Trust Funds] - - [45,000] - - [45,000] - - [45,000]

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