Court Accomplishments Report
- In 2011, the District of Columbia Courts published a Mid-Point Accomplishments Report highlighting progress made toward achieving the goals of our current Strategic Plan: Delivering Justice: Strategic Plan of the District of Columbia Courts 2008-2012. The report includes a sampling of accomplishments made during the first three years of the Plan and focuses our priorities and efforts through 2012. While celebrating the collective accomplishments of our judiciary, workforce and justice system partners to date, we look forward to continued successful collaboration in our journey to become a court system that is “open to all, trusted by all, with justice for all.”
D.C. Courts’ Strategic Planning & Management ProcessWhat is a Strategic Plan and what is strategic management?
- A strategic plan describes the purpose, or mission, of an organization, the major challenges it faces and the goals and strategies it will use to meet those challenges. Organizations develop strategic plans so that everyone, from the Chief Executive Officer to "front line" employees, will know what is important to the organization and what it is trying to accomplish. Some strategic plans include a "vision" for the organization, which is a statement of a desired future that all employees can work to achieve together. Strategic management is how an organization implements its Strategic Plan to achieve its goals, monitor its performance and enhance its accountability. The D.C. Courts have an active strategic planning and management process which helps us set goals for the future and monitor our progress and performance. For more information, see the Strategic Planning and Management homepage.