Appendix B: Key Performance Indicators

The Department of Justice Strategic Plan for Fiscal Years 2022-2026 includes specific long-term outcome goals, covering the five strategic goals.  This Plan reflects the Department’s current objectives and direction for the future.  The chart below provides the Department’s long-term outcome goals for FYs 2022-2026.  This list covers key mission areas and outcomes that can be related in either a direct or indirect way to the strategic goals, objectives, and activities for the Department’s components covered by this Plan.  The list of long-term outcome goals fully aligns with the Department’s priorities, addresses important policy issues, and expresses the Department’s continued commitment to making progress on a range of issues of public importance.  As in the past, the targets for annual measures that contribute to the achievement of long-term outcome goals will be provided in the Department’s annual Budget and Performance Summary and reported each year in the Annual Performance Report.

Strategic
Objective

 Long-Term Outcome Goals

Lead
Component(s)

 Annual Performance Measure

1.1

Resolve at least 75 percent of OPR inquiries within one year

OPR

Percent of OPR inquiries resolved within one year

1.1

Increase the number of criminal government program fraud cases where the proactive use of data led to the opening of an investigation

CRM

Number of criminal government program fraud cases where the proactive use of data led to the opening of an investigation by the Criminal Division

1.1

Increase the number of U.S. Attorney’s Offices that received proactive data leads in criminal government fraud cases from the Criminal Division

CRM

Number of U.S. Attorney’s Offices that received proactive data leads in criminal government fraud cases from the Criminal Division

1.1

Increase the percent of cases concerning COVID-19 related fraud in which the Department seeks restitution to 90 percent

USAO

Percent of cases concerning COVID-19 related fraud in which the Department seeks restitution

1.1

Favorably resolve 90 percent of COVID-19 related fraud cases

USAO

Percent of COVID-19 related fraud cases favorably resolved

1.1

Reduce the ratio of Department’s FOIA backlog to incoming requests to 30 percent

OIP

Ratio of backlogged to incoming FOIA requests

1.2

Increase the Department’s average score on each question by 5 percentage points

JMD HR

Percent increase in the Department’s average score on selected FEVS questions related to how well managers cultivate innovation, creativity, and collaboration.

1.2

Each employee involved in hiring completes implicit bias and interview skills training within the last three years

JMD HR

Percent of people involved in hiring who have completed implicit bias and interview skills training within the last three years

1.2

20 percent reduction in disparities in employee attrition rates

JMD HR

Disparities in employee attrition rates

1.2

100 percent of new or redesigned DOJ Public Facing websites adopt U.S. Web Design System, use plain language, and use user-centered design

JMD OCIO

Percent of Department websites reflecting U.S. Web Design System requirements and meeting best practices for plain language and user-centered design.

1.2

50 percent of identified datasets accessible by authorized component users

JMD OCIO

Percent of common data sets accessible amongst DOJ components.

2.1

Conduct 400 counterintelligence program disruptions or dismantlements per year

FBI

Number of counterintelligence program disruptions or dismantlements

2.1

Favorably resolve 90 percent of prosecutions brought against defendants engaged in a) hostile activities against national assets b) intelligence gathering or c) export and sanction violations

NSD

Percent of prosecutions brought against defendants engaged in a) hostile activities against national assets, b) intelligence gathering, or c) export violations that are favorably resolved

2.1

Favorable adjudication of 97 percent of DOJ-led foreign investment cases

NSD

Percent of Department-led foreign investment cases that were adjudicated favorably

2.2

Conduct 600 terrorism disruptions effected through investigations per year

FBI

Number of terrorism disruptions effected through investigations

2.2

Favorably resolve 90 percent of counterterrorism defendant cases

NSD

Percent of counterterrorism defendants whose cases were favorably resolved

2.2

Increase the number of individuals in the Department trained to prosecute domestic terrorism and domestic violent extremism through virtual and in person trainings

NSD

Number of individuals in the Department trained to prosecute domestic terrorism and domestic violent extremism

2.2

15 percent of Department-issued Intelligence Information Reports used in the development of United States Intelligence Community Intelligence Products

FBI

Percent of Department-issued Intelligence Information Reports used in the development of United States Intelligence Community Intelligence Products

2.3

 

Favorably resolve 90 percent of federal violent crime defendants' cases

CRM, USAO

Percent of federal violent crime defendants’ cases favorably resolved

2.3

Increase the volume of U.S. Attorney’s Office records uploaded to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System by 10 percent

USAO

Volume of U.S. Attorney’s Office records uploaded to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System

2.3

Increase the percentage of grantees that have conducted community engagement activities as part of the program planning for their crime reduction initiative to 65 percent

OJP

Percent of grantees that conduct community engagement activities as part of the program planning for their crime reduction initiative

2.4

5 percent increase in disruptions of malicious cyber actors’ use of online infrastructure through proactive operations and judicial means

FBI

Percent increase in disruptions of malicious cyber actors’ use of online infrastructure through proactive operations and judicial means

2.4

Cases are opened, added to existing cases, or resolved or investigative actions are conducted within 72 hours for 65 percent of reported incidents

FBI

Percent of reported ransomware incidents from which cases are opened, added to existing cases, or resolved or investigative actions are conducted within 72 hours

2.4

3 percent increase in operations conducted jointly with strategic partners

FBI

Percent increase in operations conducted jointly with strategic partners

2.4

Achieving a success criterion of less than .001 percent will exhibit the effectiveness of the Department at protecting DOJ systems from internal and external threats

JMD OCIO

Percent of confirmed cyber incidents to Department systems

2.4

Disseminate 100 threat advisories to the private sector per year

FBI

Number of threat advisories disseminated to the private sector

2.5

Increase the disruptions or dismantlements of drug trafficking organizations focused on the highest priority targets to 37 percent

OCDETF

Percent of disruptions or dismantlements of drug trafficking organizations focused on the highest priority targets

2.5

Decrease the amount of diversion, nationally, of opioids and stimulants

DEA

Amount of diversion, nationally, of opioids and stimulants

2.5

Increase the percent of relevant-funded grantee programs that provide medication-assisted-treatment, which includes medication plus counseling, as part of their substance abuse services

OJP

Percent of relevant-funded grantee programs that provide medication-assisted-treatment, which includes medication plus counseling, as part of their substance use disorder services

2.6

Increase the percentage of services for traditionally underserved victim populations through VOCA-funded organizations and anti-human trafficking programs

OJP

Percent increase in services to traditionally underserved victim populations through VOCA-funded organizations and anti-human trafficking programs

2.6

Achieve 80 percent of USAOs conducting training on trauma-informed and culturally sensitive approaches

USAO

Percent of USAOs conducting training on trauma-informed and culturally-sensitive approaches for attorneys, victim witness specialists, and support staff

2.6

Achieve 80 percent of victims reporting that they entered and maintained permanent housing upon exit from an OVW-funded transitional housing program 6 months after program completion

OVW

Percent of victims reporting that they entered and maintained permanent housing upon exit from an OVW-funded transitional housing program 6 months after program completion (Transitional Housing Program only)

2.6

Increase the percent of crimes-against-children FBI cases that address abductions, hands-on offenders, sextortion, or enticement to 50 percent

FBI

Percent of crimes-against-children FBI cases that address abductions, hands-on offenders, sextortion, or enticement

2.6

Develop infrastructure to engage and share resources and training with state and local law enforcement agencies on elder abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation and fraud in 50 percent of states and territories

CIV

Number of formal relationships established with state, county, and local law enforcement, either directly or through state Police Officer Standards and Training councils or commissions, to communicate elder justice best practices

2.6

Favorably resolve 90 percent of Indian country homicide cases and sexual abuse cases

USAO

Percent of Indian Country homicide cases and sexual abuse cases favorably resolved

3.1

Increase the number of new Voting Rights Act matters initiated to 16

CRT

Number of new Voting Rights Act matters initiated

3.1

Favorably resolve 75 percent of cases prosecuting threats of violence and intimidation against election officials

CRM

Percent of cases prosecuting threats of violence and intimidation against election officials that are favorably resolved

3.1

Conduct Release Orientation Program at 100 percent of Bureau of Prison facilities

BOP

Percent of BOP facilities providing structured curriculum on voting rights to releasing individuals

3.2

Complete 5 Title VII and USERRA investigations per year

CRT

Number of Title VII and USERRA investigations

3.2

Increase the number of Limited English Proficiency individuals who access department-funded materials in their native language to understand federal hate crimes and anti-discrimination laws

CRT

Number of Limited English Proficiency individuals who access department-funded materials in their native language to understand federal hate crimes and anti-discrimination laws

3.2

Increase the percent of United States Attorney’s Offices meeting at least annually with local law enforcement partners and community stakeholders to collaborate on efforts to prevent hate crimes and incidents to 100 percent

USAO

Percent of United States Attorney’s Offices that meet at least annually with local law enforcement partners and community stakeholders to collaborate on efforts to prevent hate crimes and incidents

3.2

Increase the percent of criminal cases addressing civil rights violations, including hate crimes, favorably resolved to 80 percent

CRT

Percent of criminal cases addressing civil rights violations, including hate crimes, favorably resolved

3.3

100 percent of federal law enforcement officers receive Use of Force Sustained Training within a three-year period

ATF, BOP, DEA, FBI, USMS

Percent of federal law enforcement officers who receive Use of Force Sustained Training within a three-year period

3.3

Increase the percent of participants in CRS facilitated police-community relations program who perceive stronger community capacity to address alleged inequities

CRS

Percent of participants in CRS facilitated police-community   relations programs who perceive stronger community capacity to address alleged inequities

3.3

100 percent of federal law enforcement officers equipped with body-worn cameras and associated training

ATF, DEA, FBI, USMS

Percent of federal law enforcement officers equipped with body-worn cameras and associated training

3.3

Increase the percent of Justice Assistance Grant program law enforcement grantees using innovative and evidence-based practices

OJP

Percent of Justice Assistance Grant Program law enforcement grantees using innovative and evidence-based practices

3.4

Increase the percentage of eligible individuals represented by consistent defense counsel throughout their justice system involvement

OJP

Percent of eligible individuals represented by consistent defense counsel throughout that individual’s justice system involvement

3.4

Increase the number of strategic partnerships across all levels of government and types of organizations to advance access to justice both domestically and internationally to 20

ATJ

Number of Justice Department strategic partnerships established by the Office for Access to Justice to improve equal access to justice

3.5

Designation and training of environmental justice coordinators for all U.S. Attorney’s Offices

USAO

Number of Environmental Justice Coordinators designated

3.5

Increase the percent of participants in CRS programs relating to environmental justice issues who report they perceive that their community's capacity to address alleged inequity has improved as a result of the CRS service by 50 percent

CRS

Percent of participants in CRS facilitated environmental justice programs who perceive stronger community capacity to address alleged inequities

3.5

Increase the number of matters that address adverse environmental and public health effects brought under civil rights statutes to 16 per year

CRT

Number of matters that address adverse environmental and public health effects brought under civil rights statutes

3.5

Increase the percent of environmental enforcement matters in or substantially affecting overburdened and underserved communities that are favorably resolved

ENRD

Percent of environmental enforcement matters in or substantially affecting overburdened and underserved communities that are favorably resolved

3.5

Decrease the energy intensity used by the Department

JMD FASS

Energy intensity used by the Department

4.1

Increase the number of active civil non-merger investigations to 64

ATR

Number of active civil non-merger investigations

4.1

Increase the percent of Consumer Protection Branch cases favorably resolved to 85 percent

CIV

Percentage of Consumer Protection Branch cases favorably resolved

4.2

Evaluate individual responsibility in all corporate criminal cases

CRM, USAO

Percent of corporate criminal cases in which individual responsibility was evaluated

4.2

At least annually evaluate 95 percent of corporate criminal resolutions containing compliance reporting obligations

CRM, USAO

Percent of corporate criminal resolutions containing compliance reporting obligations that are evaluated by DOJ at least annually

4.2

Achieve 545 criminal disruptions or dismantlements in public corruption and fraud against the government per year

FBI

Number of criminal disruptions or dismantlements in public corruption and fraud against the government

4.2

Reach 60 percent of FBI contacts with foreign anti-corruption agencies progressing to mutual sharing of information or assistance or result in a new international corruption case

FBI

Percent of new contacts by the FBI with foreign anti-corruption agencies that progress to mutual sharing of information or assistance or result in a new international corruption case

5.1

Reduce the median case completion time to 423 days

EOIR

Median case completion time

5.1

Decrease the average number of vacancy-days for immigration adjudicator positions to 297 days

EOIR

Average number of vacancy-days for immigration adjudicator positions

5.1

Increase the percent of immigration judges who have received all relevant continuing legal education annually to 95 percent

EOIR

Percent of immigration judges who have received all relevant continuing legal education annually

5.1

Achieve 36,0000 annual visits to the Immigration Court Online Resource

EOIR

Visits to the Immigration Court Online Resource

5.2

Increase the percent of funded correction officers positions filled at the end of the fiscal year

BOP

Percent of funded corrections officer positions filled at the end of each fiscal year

5.2

Increase the number of inmates in federal custody who have successfully completed or enrolled in an FSA program or activity to 70 percent

BOP

Percent of inmates in federal custody who have successfully completed or are enrolled in an FSA program or activity

5.2

Respond to 95 percent of inquiries from external stakeholders to the Bureau of Prisons within the target response time

BOP

Percent of inquiries from external stakeholders that BOP responds to within the target response time

 

 

 

Updated August 26, 2022