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Top Management Challenges

2013 Challenges:

  1. Addressing the Growing Crisis in the Federal Prison System
  2. Safeguarding National Security Consistent with Civil Rights and Liberties
  3. Protecting Taxpayer Funds from Mismanagement and Misuse
  4. Enhancing Cybersecurity
  5. Ensuring Effective and Efficient Law Enforcement
  6. Restoring Confidence in the Integrity, Fairness, and Accountability of the Department

2012 Challenges:

  1. Safeguarding National Security
  2. Enhancing Cyber Security
  3. Managing the Federal Prison System
  4. Leading the Department in an Era of Budget Constraints
  5. Protecting Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  6. Restoring Confidence
  7. Coordinating Among Law Enforcement Agencies
  8. Enforcing Against Fraud and Financial Offenses
  9. Administering Grants and Contracts
  10. Ensuring Effective International Law Enforcement

2011 Challenges:

  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Implementing Cost Savings and Efficiencies
  3. Southwest Border Security Issues
  4. Protecting Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  5. Information Technology Systems Planning, Implementation, and Security
  6. Criminal Law Enforcement
  7. Restoring Confidence in the Department
  8. Financial Enforcement
  9. Detention and Incarceration
  10. Grants and Contract Management

2010 Challenges:

  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Restoring Confidence in the Department of Justice
  3. Law Enforcement Issues Along the Southwest Border
  4. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  5. Information Technology Systems Planning, Implementation, and Security
  6. Violent and Organized Crime
  7. Financial Crimes and Cyber Crimes
  8. Detention and Incarceration
  9. Grant Management
  10. Financial Management

2009 Challenges:

  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Restoring Confidence in the Department of Justice
  3. Recovery Act Funding and Oversight
  4. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  5. Financial Crimes
  6. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  7. Grant Management
  8. Detention and Incarceration
  9. Information Technology Systems Planning, Implementation, and Security
  10. Financial Management and Systems

2008 Challenges:

  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  3. Information Technology Systems Planning, Implementation, and Security
  4. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  5. Restoring Confidence in the Department of Justice
  6. Violent Crime
  7. Cybercrime
  8. Grant Management
  9. Detention and Incarceration
  10. Financial Management and Systems

2007 Challenges:

  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Restoring Confidence in the Department of Justice
  3. Financial Management and Systems
  4. Grant Management
  5. Violent Crime
  6. Detention and Incarceration
  7. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  8. Information Technology Systems Planning, Implementation, and Security
  9. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  10. Cybercrime
2006 Challenges:
  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Law Enforcement and Intelligence Information
  3. Information Technology Systems Planning, Implementation, and Security
  4. Violent Crime
  5. Financial Management and Systems
  6. Detention and Incarceration
  7. Supply and Demand for Drugs
  8. Grant Management
  9. Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
  10. Cybercrime
2005 Challenges:
  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  3. Department and FBI Intelligence-Related Reorganizations
  4. Information Technology Systems Planning and Implementation
  5. Information Technology Security
  6. Financial Management and Systems
  7. Grant Management
  8. Detention and Incarceration
  9. Judicial Security
  10. Supply and Demand for Drugs
2004 Challenges:
  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  3. Information Technology Systems Planning and Implementation
  4. Computer Systems Security
  5. Financial Management and Systems
  6. Grant Management
  7. Detention and Incarceration
  8. Human Capital
  9. Forensic Laboratories
  10. Supply and Demand for Drugs
2003 Challenges:
  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  3. Information Technology Systems Planning and Implementation
  4. Computer Systems Security
  5. Financial Management
  6. Grant Management
  7. Performance-Based Management
  8. Human Capital
  9. Protecting the Security of Department Information and Infrastructure
  10. Reducing the Supply of and Demand for Drugs
2002 Challenges:
  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  3. Information Systems Planning and Implementation
  4. Computer Systems Security
  5. Detention Space
  6. Financial Statements and Systems
  7. Grant Management
  8. Performance-Based Management
  9. Human Capital
  10. Department of Justice Reorganizations
2001 Challenges:
  1. Counterterrorism
  2. Sharing of Intelligence and Law Enforcement Information
  3. Information Systems Planning and Implementation
  4. Computer Systems Security
  5. The INS's Enforcement of Immigration Laws
  6. Financial Statements and Systems
  7. Detention Space and Infrastructure - the USMS and the INS
  8. Grant Management
  9. Performance Based Management
  10. Department of Justice Organizational Structure
2000 Challenges:
  1. Information Systems Planning and Implementation
  2. Computer Systems Security
  3. Financial Statements and Systems
  4. Departmental Response to Terrorism
  5. Prison Overcrowding
  6. Detention Space and Infrastructure - USMS and INS
  7. INS's Border Strategy
  8. Removal of Illegal Aliens
  9. Grant Management
  10. Human Capital
Updated: May 2014

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