Strategic Goal 5: International Crime and Drugs - Performance Summary, Resources Invested, and Illustrative Example of Significant Achievement

FY 2003 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
December 2003
Report

IV. Performance Summary

The chart below shows the performance rating distribution of the FY 2003 results for the International Crime and Drugs strategic goal. Also shown is a comparison between the FY 2003 and FY 2002 average performance ratings for the goal. FY 2003 results produced a rating of "on target", an improvement from last year's "slightly below target" rating.

Strategic Goal Summary of Results Achieved
Two Performance Goals Represented VALUE 1 2 3 4 5 N/A
Performance Rating Significantly Below Target Slightly Below Target On Target Above Target Significantly Above Target No 2003 Data Available
TOTAL Number
of Results
17 0 0 4 3 1 9
Percent of Total 100% 0% 0% 24% 18% 6% 53%
Average Performance
Rating[1]
2003 On Target  
2002 Slightly Below Target
Note 1: The rating corresponds to the numerical average of the performance rating values for the reported results.

 

V. Resources Invested

Human Resources
  FY 2002 FY 2003 % Change
Direct Funded Positions 712 717 UP 1%
Budget Authority
  FY 2002 FY 2003 % Change
Dollars (in Millions) $1,337 $1,220 DOWN 9%

 

VI. Illustrative Example of Significant Achievement

Illustrative Example

Andean Counterdrug Initiative

Building on the record year 2002, when the aggressive U.S. supported aerial eradication program in Colombia reduced coca cultivation by more than 15 percent and opium poppy cultivation by 25 percent, the 2003 aerial eradication program continued at an unprecedented rate by spraying more than 124,000 hectares of coca and 2,500 hectares of opium poppy by the end of November. Since the beginning of the Uribe Administration in August 2002, Columbia has extradited 68 Colombian nationals to the U.S. primarily on narcotics or money-laundering charges. Completion of a new agreement with Colombia to resume the Air Bridge Denial program added an important weapon to the counterdrug campaign. Negotiations with Peru to establish a similar program there got underway. Meanwhile, coca cultivation in Peru declined 15 percent in 2003. Bolivia continues a strong forced coca eradication program in the Chapare, where it is expected to eradicate around 10,000 hectares in 2003, and has doubled the 2002 rate of interdiction of drugs and precursor chemicals.

Photo showing U.S. President George W. Bush greeting the President of Columbia, Alvaro Uribe, in Washington, DC.

U.S. President George W. Bush greets the President of Columbia, Alvaro Uribe, in Washington, DC. The Presidents discussed the war on terrorism and drug trafficking as well as trade and the strengthening of bilateral ties. � AP Photo/Shawn Thew