FY 2005 Performance and Accountability Report
The fiscal year (FY) 2005 Performance and Accountability Report (PAR) informs the President, Congress,
and the American people of how well the Department of Commerce has managed its finances and programs. The report
combines detailed information regarding the Department’s audited financial statements, as required by the Government
Management Reform Act of 1994, and its performance results, as required by the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993.
FY 2005 Performance and Accountability Report (Combined, single file version - PDF format - size: 10.7 MB)
from the Secretary
This section provides an overview of the financial and performance information contained in the Performance Section, Financial Section, and Appendices. It includes an overview of the Department’s organization, highlights of the Department’s most important performance goals and results, current status of systems and internal control weaknesses, and other pertinent information, such as the progress being made by the Department in implementing the President’s Management Agenda (PMA) and the key management challenges identified by the Office of Inspector General (OIG).
FY 2005 Performance Section
This section provides the annual performance information. Included in this section is a detailed discussion and analysis of the Department’s performance in FY 2005. For each service and major office, the results are presented by each Performance Goal within the four Department Strategic Goals.
Strategic Goal 1: Provide the information and tools
to maximize U.S. competitiveness and enable economic growth for American industries,
workers, and consumers
This section contains the details of the Department’s finances in FY 2005. A letter from the Department's Chief Financial Officer (CFO), is followed by the information on the Department's Financial Management, Debt Management, Payments Management, and audited financial statements, other supplemental financial information, and the Independent Auditor's Report.
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