Expand Markets for U.S. Exporters.
By September 30, 2013, the Departmentwill increase the annual number of new markets that current U.S. exporters enter with U.S. andForeign Commercial Service assistance by 7 percent, from 5,700 at the end of FY 2011 to 6,100.
: Francisco Sanchez, Under Secretary for International Trade
Weather Ready Nation: Improve local weather warnings and lead times.
BySeptember 30, 2013, the Department will implement technology to improve local severe weather warnings, including improving flash flood warning lead time from 38 minutes at the end of FY2011 to 45 minutes.
Jane Lubchenco, Under Secretary for Oceans and Atmosphere
Department of Defense
Improve cybersecurity compliance.
By September 30, 2013, DoD will attain a passing score on a comprehensive cybersecurity inspection that assesses compliance withtechnical, operational, and physical security standards, on an overwhelming majority of inspectedmilitary cyberspace organizations resulting in improved hardening and cyber defense.
Richard A. Hale, Deputy Chief Information Officer
Improve the care and transition of Wounded, Ill, and Injured (WII)Warriors.
By September 30, 2013, DOD will: 1) increase the use of Recovery CareCoordinators and ensure WII Servicemembers have active recovery plans; 2) improveeffectiveness of behavioral health programs and ensure all Servicemembers complete quality post-deployment health screenings; and 3) accelerate the transition of WII Servicemembers intoveteran status by reducing the processing time required for disability evaluation boards.
John Campbell, Deputy Asst. Secretary of Defense (Wounded Warrior Care andTransition Policy)
Improve energy performance.
By September 30, 2013, DOD will: 1) improveits facility energy performance by reducing average building energy intensity by 24 percent fromthe 2003 baseline of 116,134 BTUs per gross square foot, and producing or procuring renewableenergy equal to 13 percent of its annual electric energy usage; and 2) improve its operationalenergy performance by establishing an operational energy baseline with all available data on fueluse; developing a plan for remediating data gaps; funding and implementing a comprehensivedata plan; establishing and executing operational energy performance targets based on thiscomprehensive data for each Military Service and relevant agency.
Joseph Sikes, Director of Competitive Sourcing and Privatization, USD(AT&L)
Reform the DOD acquisition process.
By September 30, 2013, DoD willimprove its acquisition process by ensuring that: 100 percent of Acquisition Category (ACAT) 1 programs going through Milestone A decision reviews will present an affordability analysis; 100 percent of ACAT 1 programs going through milestone decision reviews will present acompetitive strategy; The average cycle time for Major Defense Acquisition Programs (MDAPs)