Multiannual strategic plans set out the Commission departments' longer-term strategy and objectives while management plans set out the main actions and outputs for the year ahead. Activity reports show how far the previous year's objectives were achieved and what resources were used.
Strategic plans 2016-2020
The strategic plans of departments are built around the Commission-level general objectives and department-level specific objectives.
The general objectives are based on the 10 political priorities of the Juncker Commission, supported by impact indicators to help measure progress towards their achievement. All departments have been asked to explain clearly to which of the Commission's political priorities they contribute and how.
The specific objectives are tailored objectives for each Directorate-General. These are accompanied by result indicators, milestones and targets so that measurement and reporting is possible on the progress the department makes towards reaching its specific objectives.
Every year, each Commission department establishes a management plan defining the main actions and outputs for the year ahead and how these will contribute to meeting the objectives set, reflecting:
The purpose of the strategic and management plans is to:
Annual activity reports
The activity reports enable the Commission to assess how its departments have performed in managing resources and achieving objectives.
The reports serve as:
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