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United States: FSIS Strategic Plan FY2017-2021

The Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) 2017–2021 Strategic Plan builds on prior successes and reflects emerging issues that FSIS faces in ensuring that the food products we regulate are safe to eat.

Tuesday 22 November 2016 (2 years 21 days ago)
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The strategic goals, outcomes, objectives, and measures set forth in this FY2017-2021 Strategic Plan (hereafter Plan or Strategic Plan) provide an integrated framework for understanding how FSIS is fulfilling our mission and addressing 21st-century public health challenges.

FSIS activities contribute to USDA’s FY2014-2018 Strategic Goal 4, “Ensure that all of America’s children have access to safe, nutritious, and balanced meals,” and the outcome, “reduction in total number of Salmonella , Listeria monocytogenes, and Escherichia coli illnesses from all USDA-regulated products.”

Prevent Foodborne Illness and Protect Public Health

  • Prevent Contamination
  • Limit Illness From Regulated Products
  • Drive Compliance With Food Safety Statutes and Regulations
  • Improve Food Safety at In Commerce Facilities
  • Enhance Response to Foodborne Illness Outbreaks and Adulteration Events
  • Increase Public Awareness of Recalls, Foodborne Illness, and Safe Food Handling Practices 1.1.2—Strengthen Sampling Programs
  • Ensure Establishments Are Meeting Pathogen Reduction Performance Standards
  • Promote Food Defense Practices

Modernize Inspection Systems, Policies, and the Use of Scientific Approaches

  • Improve Food Safety and Humane Handling Practices Through Adoption of Innovative Approaches
  • Enhance Access to Complete and Accurate Information to Inform Decisions
  • Modernize Scientific Techniques and Inspection Procedures
  • Increase Adoption of Human Handling Best Practices
  • Improve the Reliability, Access, and Timely Collection and Distribution of Information

Achieve Operational Excellence

  • Maintain A Well-Trained and Engaged Workforce
  • Improve Processes and Services
  • Improve Recruitment and Retention for Mission Critical Positions
  • Enhance Training and Development Opportunities Across Competency Areas
  • Ensure Equal Opportunity and a Diverse and Inclusive Environment
  • Enhance Efficiency and Effectiveness of Key Business Processes and Systems
  • Improve Service Delivery

Friday November 4, 2016/ FSIS-USDA/ United States.
http://www.fsis.usda.gov

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