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Short-term goals and performance objectives focus the Smithsonians resources on priorities for major construction projects; securing the funding necessary to address maintenance and revitalization of building; opening new exhibitions and updating others that will have tremendous public impact; improving visitor services; and strengthening stewardship of the national collections.
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The Smithsonian Institutions management and financial controls systems provide reasonable assurance that the Institutions programs and resources are protected from fraud, waste, and misuse.
For the Smithsonian Tax Filings, click here.
The Office of the Inspector General is an independent, objective office within the Smithsonian Institution. The Inspector General reports directly to the Smithsonian Board of Regents and to Congress. Click here.
The Task Force report was issued in January 2008 with recommendations for the revenue-generating activities of the Smithsonian Institution.
PDF, 64 pages. Click here.
The Smithsonian Institution is committed to the spirit of the Federal Activities Inventory Reform (FAIR) Act, and to ensuring that federal funds are used efficiently to carry out our work, whether by employees or contractors. The Office of Management and Budget has requested that we post on our Web site our annual reports to Congress in relation to the Act.
Here are some of the FAIR Act Reports: FY 2005 (PDF, 2 pages) FY 2004 (PDF, 1 page)
Smithsonian Information Technology Plan (SITP), PDF, 385 pages. Click here.
SITP Strategic Overview, PDF, 34 pages. Click here.
Digitization Strategic Plan, PDF, 20 pages. Click here.
Exhibit 300 Business Cases, IT Dashboards:
- Enterprise Digital Asset Network
- Identity Management System
- Managed IT Infrastructure
- Enterprise Resource Planning System