Two years ago the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation adopted a
5-year Corporate Strategic Plan covering 1995 - 1999. In 1997
the strategic plan was updated to reflect a 6-year timeframe:
1997-2002. The plan is currently in a draft format and since you
are one of our key stakeholders, we are soliciting your comments
prior to finalization.
The draft strategic plan provides a framework for implementing
the agency's mission of maintaining the safety and soundness of
the nation's banking system. This is accomplished through the
identification of existing and emerging risks to the deposit
insurance funds. The strategic plan also guides decisions about
the most effective use of our Corporate resources.
The Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 requires the
FDIC to solicit and consider the views and suggestions of
interested parties potentially affected by our strategic plan.
We believe the institutions we supervise are interested in our
goals and objectives and the strategies we will use to accomplish
We welcome your review and comments on our most recent draft
strategic plan. The plan can be reviewed on the FDIC's website,
in the "What's New" section. It can also be obtained from:
FDIC - DOF
Business Planning Section
801 17th Street, N.W.
Washington, DC 20434
(202) 416-6952 (between 9:00am and 5:00pm)
Please send your comments to either address shown above no later
than September 1, 1997 so that they may be considered in the
development of our final plan. Thank you for taking an interest
in the development of our strategic plan.
Paul L. Sachtleben
Director, Division of Finance
Chief Financial Officer