Budget, Planning & Performance
Measuring and managing performance is essential to effective, efficient and economical delivery of services to the public. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) works continuously to improve the quality of our measures to make them more meaningful and customer focused.
USCIS Fiscal Year 2012 Accomplishments
At USCIS, we measure success by how well we reinforce the country’s proud tradition as a nation of hope and opportunity, uphold the integrity of the immigration system, and safeguard our nation’s security. Our accomplishments at USCIS would not be possible without our exceptional workforce. The collective ingenuity, professionalism, and dedication of USCIS employees propel the agency to greater success year after year.
See the “USCIS Fiscal Year 2012 Accomplishments” link to the right.
Budget and Performance
USCIS will secure America’s promise as a nation of immigrants by:·
The Budget-in-Brief for Fiscal Year (FY) 2011 provides a brief account of the Department of Homeland Security, including USCIS funding and resources available to support our legislatively mandated mission. See the “DHS Budget-in-Brief for FY 2011” link to the right to view the report. Information about USCIS begins on page 119 of the document.
Strategic Plan 2008-2012
This Strategic Plan charts the course that will enable us to maintain a strong level of performance on core workloads and work toward long-term improvement of our service to the public by concentrating on the following goals:
See the “USCIS Strategic Plan 2008-2012” link to the right.
Annual Report (FY 2008)
The Annual Report summarizes the collected efforts of USCIS employees into a single publication. It provides a snapshot of the agency’s mission, goals, accomplishments and strategic direction as an agency within the Department of Homeland Security (see link to the right).
USCIS has made clear progress to:
Find this page at www.uscis.gov/performance
Last Reviewed/Updated: 03/28/2013