FEMA Administrator's Intent
The FEMA Administrator’s Intent is a strategic document intended to inform program planning, budget development, and the identification of performance outcomes. The Administrator’s Intent outlines the Administrator’s policy and planning priorities for the agency’s FY 2015-2019 budgets, is a key part of the strategic planning process, and will inform future revisions to FEMA Strategic and Performance Plans. The FEMA Administrator’s Intent for FY 2015-2019 continues to support the DHS Quadrennial Homeland Security Review mission area five (Ensuring Resilience to Disasters) and advances initiatives in the FY 2011-2014 FEMA Strategic Plan.
FY 2011-2014 Strategic Plan
The FEMA FY 2011-2014 Strategic Plan builds on and expands existing efforts to create a stronger organization, which will contribute to a more capable emergency management community. This document provides the foundation for how the Agency will foster community engagement, establish priorities to stabilize an event, build upon the understanding of risk, and learn from the things FEMA does with the emergency management team. The Strategic Plan describes FEMA’s way forward. The Strategic Plan builds on the FY 2010 “Administrator's Intent”, which links FEMA's strategic focus to the broader principles of the President's National Security Strategy, Presidential Policy Directive 8, and the Secretary's Quadrennial Homeland Security Review. All of these documents recognize the importance of working as a team to strengthen the Nation's resilience.