Thursday, February 26, 2004
Reinstatement of the draft? . . .
Who are the "customers"?? "Human capital"?? "Business processes"? "Manpower Delivery Systems"??
The SSS will be a true partner in the national preparedness community that anticipates and
responds to the changing needs of its customers.
RESOURCES REQUIRED TO MEET PERFORMANCE GOALS
Talented people are essential to achieving expected results. The alignment of human
capital with the Agency’s mission and goals is crucial to the achievement of expected
performance results. This alignment is accomplished by having the right people, with the
right skills, in the right jobs, at the right time. The Agency’s resources and priorities remain
focused on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of its business processes and
maintaining an environment of accountability and meaningful results.
The SSS Strategic Goals identified in the Agency’s Strategic Plan for FY 2001- 2006 are:
• INCREASE THE EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY OF THE
MANPOWER DELIVERY SYSTEMS
• ENHANCE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL CUSTOMER SERVICE
• IMPROVE OVERALL REGISTRATION COMPLIANCE AND
SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC
• ENHANCE THE SYSTEM WHICH GUARANTEES THAT EACH
CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTOR IS PROPERLY CLASSIFIED,
PLACED, AND MONITORED
Evaluate registration programs and public awareness initiatives by conducting research and focus group sessions with young men and their influencers.
Monitor Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) Form I-485 and Form OF-230 electronic data transmissions to Selective Service which result in the automatic registrations of male immigrants.
Support states in their efforts to pass legislation requiring young men to register with Selective Service as a precondition to obtaining a state motor vehicle driver’s permit/license, or state identification card.
Maintain effective and on-going tape/electronic match programs with the Department of Education, the DoD, the Department of Labor, the Office of Personnel Management, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the U.S. Postal Service, and each state’s Department of Motor Vehicles/Public Services.
Maintain effective and on-going Registrar programs to include high schools (see Strategic Objective 2.2), Workforce Investment Act, Farm Workers Opportunity Program, and other programs which reach potential registrants.
FY 2004 Annual Performance Goal
Attain and appoint Registrars in 85% of the Nation’s high schools.
FY- 98: 65% of the Nation’s high schools had Registrars.
Strategic Goal 3: Enhance external and internal customer service
(Projected allocation for FY 2004 – $10,624,000)
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