Fish & Wildlife Operational Plan Measures
 
 
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Endangered Species
 
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  • CSF 12.1 Increase the number of candidate species where listing is unnecessary as a result of conservation actions or agreements
 
 
    • 12.1.1 # of candidate species where listing is unnecessary as a result of conservation actions or agreements
 
 
    • 12.1.2 # of species covered by CCAs (cumulative)
 
 
    • 12.1.3 # of species covered by CCAAs (cumulative)
 
 
    • 12.1.4 # acres covered by CCAs (cumulative)
 
 
    • 12.1.5 # acres covered by CCAAs (cumulative)
 
 
  • CSF 12.2 Increase the number of candidate species benefiting from Endangered Species Grant Programs (Nontraditional Section 6 and Private Stewardship) to Y# by 200X
 
 
    • 12.2.1 Increase the number of candidate species benefiting from Nontraditional Section 6 Project Awards to Z # by 200X (cumulative)
 
 
    • 12.2.2 Increase the number of candidate species benefiting from Private Stewardship Grant Project Awards to B# by 200x (cumulative)
 
 
  • CSF 12.3 Increase the # species assessed under candidate assessment process
 
 
    • 12.3.1 # species assessed under candidate assessment process
 
 
  • CSF 13.1 Increase to Y% the number of species listed 2.5 years or more with approved recovery plans.
 
 
    • 13.1.1 # species listed 90 days with recovery outlines
 
 
    • 13.1.2 # species listed 2.5 years with approved recovery plans
 
 
      • 13.1.2.1 total # species listed 2.5 years or more (U.S. Listings Only)
 
 
  • CSF 13.2 Increase by X% the number of recovery actions for which the FWS has lead that are initiated
 
 
    • 13.2.1 # recovery actions for which FWS has lead that have been initiated
 
 
    • 13.2.2 # recovery actions initiated by FWS that benefit species without approved recovery plans
 
 
    • 13.2.3 # acres covered by HCPs (cumulative)
 
 
    • 13.2.4 # acres covered by SHAs (cumulative)
 
 
  • CSF 13.7 Increase by 4% the number of species assessments completed.
 
 
      • 13.7.0.1 # of species assements completed
 
 
      • 13.7.0.2 total # of assessments
 
 
    • 13.7.1 # 5 year reviews of listed species
 
 
    • 13.7.2 # 12-mos delisting petition findings completed
 
 
    • 13.7.3 Average cost of 5- year reviews of listed species
 
 
  • CSF 13.8 Increase the number of listed species benefiting from Endangered Species Grant Programs (Nontraditional Section 6 and Private Stewardship) to Y# by 200X
 
 
    • 13.8.1 # of listed species benefiting from Nontraditional Section 6 Project Awards to Z# by 200X
 
 
    • 13.8.2 # of listed species benefiting from Private Stewardship Grant Project Awards to B# by 200X
 
 
  • CSF 13.9 Provide appropriate protections of the ESA to at-risk species by reducing the backlog of outstanding critical habitat designations by X% and the backlog of other outstanding listing actions by Y%
 
 
    • 13.9.1 # listing/uplisting petition findings completed (both 90 day and 12 month)
 
 
    • 13.9.2 # final listing determinations made
 
 
    • 13.9.3 # final critical habitat determinations/designations made
 
 
    • 13.9.4 # of listing backlog
 
 
    • 13.9.5 # of critical habitat backlog
 
 
  • CSF 13.10 Increase by Y the number of species delisted or proposed due to recovery
 
 
    • 13.10.1 # of species proposed to be delisted due to recovery
 
 
    • 13.10.2 # of final delisting determinations made due to recovery
 
 
  • CSF 13.11 Increase by X the number of species listed under the ESA (as of 2004) that are stable or improving
 
 
    • 13.11.1 # of species listed under the ESA (as of 2004) that are stable or improving
 
 
  • CSF 18.10 Provide Y formal/informal biological consultations for Z energy technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.10.1 % of formal/informal energy consultation requests addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.10.1.1 # of timely formal/informal consultation request responses
 
 
      • 18.10.1.2 # of formal/informal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.10.1.3 % of formal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.10.1.3.1 # of timely formal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.10.1.3.2 # of formal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.10.1.4 % of informal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.10.1.4.1 # of timely informal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.10.1.4.2 # of informal coordination requests
 
 
  • CSF 18.11 Provide X formal/informal biological consultations for Z non-energy minerals technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.11.1 % of formal/informal non-energy minerals consultations addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.11.1.1 # of timely formal/informal consultation request responses
 
 
      • 18.11.1.2 # of formal/informal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.11.1.3 % formal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.11.1.3.1 # of timely formal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.11.1.3.2 # of formal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.11.1.4 % of informal consultations completed in a timely manner
 
 
        • 18.11.1.4.1 # of timely informal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.11.1.4.2 # of informal coordination requests
 
 
  • CSF 18.12 Provide Y formal/informal biological consultations for Z forage technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.12.1 % of formal/informal forage consultations addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.12.1.1 # of timely formal/informal consultation request responses
 
 
      • 18.12.1.2 # of formal/informal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.12.1.3 % of formal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.12.1.3.1 # of timely formal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.12.1.3.2 # of formal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.12.1.4 % of informal consultations completed in a timely manner
 
 
        • 18.12.1.4.1 # of timely informal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.12.1.4.2 # of informal coordination requests
 
 
  • CSF 18.13 Provide Y formal/informal biological consultations for Z forest products technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.13.1 % of formal/informal forest products consultations addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.13.1.1 # of timely formal/informal consultation request responses
 
 
      • 18.13.1.2 # of formal/informal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.13.1.3 % of formal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.13.1.3.1 # of timely formal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.13.1.3.2 # of formal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.13.1.4 % of informal consultations completed in a timely manner
 
 
        • 18.13.1.4.1 # of timely informal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.13.1.4.2 # of informal coordination requests
 
 
  • CSF 18.14 Provide Y formal/informal biological consultations for Z water technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.14.1 % of formal/informal water consultations addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.14.1.1 # of timely formal/informal consultation request responses
 
 
      • 18.14.1.2 # of formal/informal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.14.1.3 % of formal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.14.1.3.1 # of timely formal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.14.1.3.2 # of formal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.14.1.4 % of informal consultations completed in a timely manner
 
 
        • 18.14.1.4.1 # of timely informal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.14.1.4.2 # of informal coordination requests
 
 
  • CSF 18.15 Provide Y biological consultations for Z hydropower technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.15.1 % of formal/informal hydropower consultations addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.15.1.1 # of timely formal/informal consultation request responses
 
 
      • 18.15.1.2 # of formal/informal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.15.1.3 % of formal consultations completed in statutory timeframes
 
 
        • 18.15.1.3.1 # of timely formal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.15.1.3.2 # of formal coordination requests
 
 
      • 18.15.1.4 % of informal consultations completed in a timely manner
 
 
        • 18.15.1.4.1 # of timely informal consultation request responses
 
 
        • 18.15.1.4.2 # of informal coordination requests
 
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  • CSF 15.1 Annually conduct X risk assessments to evaluate potentially invasive species
 
 
    • 15.1.1 # of risk assessments conducted
 
 
  • CSF 15.2 Annually support X ballast water technology projects to prevent further aquatic introductions
 
 
    • 15.2.1 # of ballast water technologies supported
 
 
  • CSF 15.3 Annually conduct X surveys for early detection of aquatic invasive species
 
 
    • 15.3.1 # of surveys conducted for baseline/trend information
 
 
  • CSF 15.4 Annually control/manage X aquatic invasive species populations
 
 
    • 15.4.1 Conduct X# activities to support the management/control of aquatic animal invasive species
 
 
    • 15.4.2 # of public awareness campaigns conducted and supported (invasive species)
 
 
  • CSF 15.5 Annually support X state/interstate management plans to prevent and control aquatic invasive species
 
 
    • 15.5.1 # of state/interstate management plans supported to prevent and control aquatic invasive species
 
 
    • 15.5.2 # of effective partnerships established for invasive species tasks
 
 
  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.5 # of wetlands enhanced/restored through NRDA (including NRDA restoration)
 
 
    • 1.1.7 restore/enhance x acres of habitat in U.S. (non-NRDA)
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.4 # of upland acres enhanced/restored through NRDA (including NRDA restoration)
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced through NRDA (including NRDA restoration)
 
 
  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.7 # of wetlands acres protected through technical assistance and NRDA
 
 
  • CSF 2.2 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.2.5 # of upland acres protected through technical assistance
 
 
    • 2.2.6 # of upland acres protected through technical assistance through NRDA
 
 
    • 2.3.7 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres/miles protected through technical assistance
 
 
    • 2.3.8 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres/miles protected through technical assistance through NRDA
 
 
  • CSF 2.8 # of environmental consultations to protect habitat not directed at specific statutory species
 
 
    • 2.8.1 # of pesticide use proposals reviewed
 
 
    • 2.8.2 # of spill prevention activities and spill responses
 
 
    • 2.8.5 # ongoing NRDA cases, final settlements, and other environmental assessments
 
 
  • CSF 4.2 % of known contaminated sites on NWRS lands are remediated
 
 
    • 4.2.1 % of known contaminated sites on NWRS lands remediated during the FY
 
 
      • 4.2.1.1 # sites remediated
 
 
      • 4.2.1.2 total # known sites
 
 
    • 4.2.2 # of completed contaminant investigations and restoration on Refuges
 
 
  • CSF 1.4 Marine and Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.4.9 # marine/coastal acres restored/protected through NRDA (including NRDA restoration)
 
 
  • CSF 2.4 Marine/Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres/miles protected
 
 
    • 2.4.7 # of marine/coastal wetlands acres protected through technical assistance and NRDA
 
 
  • CSF 13.2 Increase by X% the number of recovery actions for which the FWS has lead that are initiated
 
 
    • 13.2.5 # of completed contaminant investigations
 
 
    • 13.2.6 # of Clean Water act consultations (NPDES, TMDLs, Triennial Reviews)
 
 
    • 13.2.7 # of Section 7 Consultations Pesticides -- Off Service lands - State and EPA consultations and technical assistance
 
 
    • 13.2.8 # of Section 7 Consultations CWA -- Off Service lands - State and EPA consultations and technical assistance
 
 
  • CSF 20.3 Increase the number of opportunities by X for fish and wildlife related recreation, including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education.
 
 
    • 20.3.6 # of restoration settlements having a recreational component
 
 
  • CSF 28.1 # of grants supporting Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
    • 28.1.1 # of grants to Tribes for NRDAR, Restoration, CWA, Pesticides
 
 
  • CSF 28.3 # of technical assistance requests supporting Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
    • 28.3.5 # of technical assistance support activities to Tribes for NRDAR, Restoration, CWA, Pesticides
 
 
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  • CSF 17.1 x% of acres of designated wilderness achieving wilderness character objectives as specified by statute
 
 
    • 17.1.4 % of other special designation areas (including RAMSAR, RNAs, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Resources, etc.) achieving objectives
 
 
    • 17.1.4.1 # of other special designation areas (including RAMSAR, RNAs, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Resources, etc.) achieving objectives
 
 
    • 17.1.4.2 total # of other special designation areas (including RAMSAR, RNAs, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Resources, etc.) achieving objectives
 
 
    • 17.1.4.3 % of Special Management Areas meeting their heritage resource objectives under the authorizing legislation
 
 
    • 17.1.4.3.1 # of special management areas meeting objectives
 
 
    • 17.1.4.3.2 total # of special management areas
 
 
  • CSF 28.1 # of grants supporting Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
    • 28.1.2 # of grants to Tribes to conserve and protect fish and wildlife resources on Tribal lands
 
 
  • CSF 27.2 Facility condition: Buildings (e.g. administrative, employee housing) in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index
 
 
    • 27.2.2 Facility condition: Buildings (e.g. administrative, employee housing) in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index
 
 
    • 27.2.2.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of NCTC facilities (e.g. administrative, employee housing) having undergone condition assessment
 
 
    • 27.2.2.2 replacement value of NCTC (e.g. administrative, employee housing) facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.11 # of acres of wetlands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.7 # of acres of uplands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.10 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 20.3 Increase the number of opportunities by X for fish and wildlife related recreation, including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education.
 
 
    • 20.3.11 # of acres opened or enhanced for fish and wildlife-related recreation including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education
 
 
Fish & Wildlife Management
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  • CSF 7.1 x% of species of management concern are managed to self-sustaining levels
 
 
    • 7.1.1 % of species of management concern are managed to self-sustaining levels
 
 
      • 7.1.1.1 # of species of management concern at self-sustaining levels
 
 
      • 7.1.1.2 total # of species of management concern
 
 
    • 7.1.2 # of populations managed for subsistence fishery harvest.
 
 
    • 7.1.6 # of fish passage barriers removed or bypassed to benefit populations of management concern
 
 
    • 7.1.7 # of miles reopened to fish passage
 
 
    • 7.1.8 # of acres reopened to fish passage
 
 
    • 7.1.11 restore/enhance x acres of habitat in U.S.
 
 
      • 7.1.11.1 restore/enhance x acres of wetlands habitat to support populations of mgmt. concern in U.S.
 
 
      • 7.1.11.2 restore/enhance x acres of uplands habitat to support populations of mgnt. concern in U.S.
 
 
    • 7.1.12 # miles of stream/shoreline restored in U.S. for populations of mgnt. Concern
 
 
    • 7.1.16 # of habitat assessments completed
 
 
    • 7.1.17 # of miles of instream and shoreline habitat assessed to benefit populations of management concern
 
 
    • 7.1.18 % of fish populations of mgnt. concern with approved watershed management plans
 
 
      • 7.1.18.1 # of fish populations of mgnt. concern with approved watershed management plans
 
 
      • 7.1.18.2 total # of fish populations
 
 
    • 7.1.19 % of aquatic populations of mgmt. concern that are at sustainable levels, as defined in mgnt. plans
 
 
      • 7.1.19.1 # of aquatic populations of mgmt. concern that are at sustainable levels, as defined in mgnt. plans
 
 
      • 7.1.19.2 total # of aquatic populations of mgnt. concern
 
 
  • CSF 7.2 % of populations of management concern for which current condition and trend are known
 
 
      • 7.2.0.1 # of populations of management concern with known condition and trend
 
 
      • 7.2.0.2 Total # of populations of mgnt. concern
 
 
    • 7.2.1 # assessments completed for populations of mgnt. concern
 
 
    • 7.2.2 # management plans in development, completed, or revised.
 
 
    • 7.2.5 % of populations of mgmt concern with approved mgmt plans
 
 
      • 7.2.5.1 # of populations of mgmt concern with approved mgmt plans
 
 
      • 7.2.5.2 total # of populations of mgmt. concern
 
 
    • 7.2.6 # of management plans in development during the fiscal year for populations of mgmt concern
 
 
    • 7.2.7 # of management plans completed or revised during the fiscal year for populations of mgmt concern
 
 
    • 7.2.8 % of other Fishery Mgmt Plan tasks implemented for populations of mgmt concern
 
 
      • 7.2.8.1 # of other Fishery Mgmt Plan tasks implemented for populations of mgmt concern
 
 
      • 7.2.8.2 total # of populations of mgmt. concern
 
 
  • CSF 12.5 % of aquatic candidate species for which FWMA conducts conservation actions
 
 
      • 12.5.0.1 # aquatic candidate species for which FWMA conducts conservation actions
 
 
      • 12.5.0.2 total # aquatic candidate species
 
 
    • 12.5.1 % of aquatic candidate species for which FWMA conducts conservation actions
 
 
      • 12.5.1.1 # aquatic candidate species for which FWMA conducts conservation actions
 
 
      • 12.5.1.2 total # aquatic candidate species
 
 
    • 12.5.2 # of wetland acres restored or enhanced to achieve habitat conditions to support candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.3 # of upland acres restored or enhanced to achieve habitat conditions to support candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.4 # of stream/shoreline miles restored or enhanced for candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.5 % of candidate fish populations with approved watershed management plans
 
 
      • 12.5.5.1 # of candidate fish populations with approved watershed management plans
 
 
      • 12.5.5.2 total # of candidate fish populations
 
 
    • 12.5.6 # of fish passage barriers removed or bypassed to benefit candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.7 # of miles of stream/shoreline habitat assessed to benefit candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.8 % of aquatic candidate populations for which the Fisheries Program conducts conservation actions
 
 
      • 12.5.8.1 # of aquatic candidate populations for which the Fisheries Program conducted conservation actions
 
 
      • 12.5.8.2 total # of aquatic candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.9 % of aquatic candidate populations for which current condition and trend is known
 
 
      • 12.5.9.1 # of aquatic candidate populations for which current condition and trend is known
 
 
      • 12.5.9.2 total # of aquatic candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.10 % of aquatic candidate populations with approved management plans
 
 
      • 12.5.10.1 # of aquatic candidate populations with approved management plans
 
 
      • 12.5.10.2 total # of aquatic candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.11 # of aquatic candidate population assessments completed
 
 
    • 12.5.12 # of management plans in development during the fiscal year for aquatic candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.13 # of management plans completed or revised during the fiscal year for aquatic candidate populations
 
 
    • 12.5.14 % of other approved management plan tasks implemented for candidate populations
 
 
      • 12.5.14.1 # of other approved management plan tasks implemented for candidate populations
 
 
      • 12.5.14.2 total # of approved management plan tasks
 
 
  • CSF 13.1A % of aquatic threatened and or endangered populations, prescribed as necessary in Recovery Plans, are self-sustaining in the wild.
 
 
      • 13.1A.0.1 # of T&E aquatic species populations that are self-sustaining
 
 
      • 13.1A.0.2 # T&E aquatic species populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.7 # of wetland acres restored or enhanced to achieve habitat conditions to support T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.8 # of upland acres restored or enhanced to achieve habitat conditions to support T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.9 # of stream/shoreline miles restored or enhanced for T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.10 % of T&E fish populations with approved watershed management plans
 
 
      • 13.1A.10.1 # of T&E fish populations with approved watershed management plans
 
 
      • 13.1A.10.2 total # of T&E fish populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.11 # of fish passage barriers removed or bypassed to benefit T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.12 # of miles of stream/shoreline habitat assessed to benefit T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.13 % of aquatic T&E populations for which current condition and trend is known
 
 
      • 13.1A.13.1 # of aquatic T&E populations for which current condition and trend is known
 
 
      • 13.1A.13.2 total # of Aquatic T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.14 % of aquatic T&E populations with approved Recovery plans
 
 
      • 13.1A.14.1 # of aquatic T&E populations with approved Recovery plans
 
 
      • 13.1A.14.2 total # of Aquatic T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.15 # of aquatic T&E population assessments completed
 
 
    • 13.1A.16 # of Recovery plans in development during the fiscal year for aquatic T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.17 # of Recovery plans completed or revised during the fiscal year for aquatic T&E populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.18 % of other approved Recovery plan tasks implemented for T&E populations
 
 
      • 13.1A.18.1 # of other approved Recovery plan tasks implemented for T&E populations
 
 
      • 13.1A.18.2 total # of Recovery plan tasks
 
 
  • CSF 15.1 Annually conduct X risk assessments to evaluate potentially invasive species
 
 
    • 15.1.1 # of risk assessments conducted
 
 
  • CSF 15.2 Annually support X ballast water technology projects to prevent further aquatic introductions
 
 
    • 15.2.1 # of ballast water technologies supported
 
 
  • CSF 15.3 Annually conduct X surveys for early detection of aquatic invasive species
 
 
    • 15.3.1 # of surveys conducted for baseline/trend information
 
 
  • CSF 15.4 Annually control/manage X aquatic invasive species populations
 
 
    • 15.4.1 Conduct X# activities to support the management/control of aquatic animal invasive species
 
 
    • 15.4.2 # of public awareness campaigns conducted and supported (invasive species)
 
 
  • CSF 15.5 Annually support X state/interstate management plans to prevent and control aquatic invasive species
 
 
    • 15.5.1 # of state/interstate management plans supported to prevent and control aquatic invasive species
 
 
    • 15.5.2 # of effective partnerships established for invasive species tasks
 
 
  • CSF 20.5 # of aquatic outreach and education events
 
 
    • 20.5.1 # of aquatic outreach and education events
 
 
  • CSF 28.2 # of agreements supporting Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
    • 28.2.1 Tribal: Percent of planned accomplishments/reintroduction objectives completed.
 
 
      • 28.2.1.1 # of planned accomplishments/reintroduction objectives (tasks) completed
 
 
      • 28.2.1.2 total # of planned accomplishments/reintroduction objectives (tasks)
 
 
  • CSF 28.3 # of technical assistance requests supporting Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
    • 28.3.1 % of technical assistance requests fulfilled for Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
      • 28.3.1.1 # of technical assistance requests fulfilled for Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
      • 28.3.2.1 total # of technical assistance requests from Tribes
 
 
    • 28.3.2 # of training sessions
 
 
    • 28.3.3 # of new or modified cooperative agreements or Intergovernmental Personnel Act Agreements
 
 
    • 28.3.4 # of Tribal consultations
 
 
  • CSF 29.1 Volunteer and partnership goals are pursued by having x volunteer hours annually contributed, y refuges/WMDs actively engaged with a Community Partnership/Friends group, and z refuges/WMDs completing at least 1 cost shared project in association w
 
 
    • 29.1.7 # of volunteer participation hours are supporting Fisheries objectives
 
 
  • CSF 8.1 Achieve optimal sustainable populations for x% of marine mammals
 
 
      • 8.1.0.1 # marine mammals with optimal sustainable population
 
 
      • 8.1.0.2 total # marine mammal populations
 
 
    • 8.1.1 # of marine mammal stocks with voluntary harvest guidelines
 
 
    • 8.1.2 # of cooperative agreements with Alaska Natives for marine mammal management and monitoring.
 
 
    • 8.1.3 # of marine mammal stocks with incidental take regulations that require mitigating measures.
 
 
    • 8.1.4 # of current marine mammal stock assessments
 
 
    • 8.1.5 % of species of management concern (marine mammals) managed to self-sustaining levels, in cooperation with affected States and others, as defined in approved management plans
 
 
      • 8.1.5.1 # marine mammals with optimal sustainable population
 
 
      • 8.1.5.2 total # marine mammal populations
 
 
    • 8.1.6 % of populations managed or influenced by the Marine Mammal Program for which current population trend is known
 
 
      • 8.6.1.1 # of marine mammals with known population trends
 
 
      • 8.6.1.2 total # of marine mammal populations
 
 
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  • CSF 5.2 % of NFHS stations that meet environmental requirements for effluent as defined by Federal, Tribal, and State Law.
 
 
    • 5.2.1 % of NFHS meeting environmental requirements for effluent as defined by Federal, Tribal, and State Law
 
 
      • 5.2.1.1 # of NFHS meeting effluent requirements
 
 
      • 5.2.1.2 Total # NFHS
 
 
  • CSF 7.1 x% of species of management concern are managed to self-sustaining levels
 
 
    • 7.1.3 % of DOI watershed units with current wild fish health surveys.
 
 
      • 7.1.3.1 # of DOI watershed units (8-digit HUC) sampled under the Wild Fish Health Survey
 
 
      • 7.1.3.2 total # of DOI watershed units (8-digit HUC)
 
 
  • CSF 7.3 Meet X% of post-stocking survival targets as prescribed by Fishery Management Plans, for hatchery propagated depleted species
 
 
      • 7.3.0.1 # of post-stocking survival targets, as established in relevant Fisheries Mngt. Plans, for NFHS propagated species
 
 
      • 7.3.0.2 Total # of post-stocking survival targets, as established within Fisheries Mngt. Plans for propagated aquatic species
 
 
    • 7.3.1 Meet X% of post-stocking survival targets as prescribed by Fishery Management Plans, for hatchery propagated depleted species
 
 
      • 7.3.1.1 # of post-stocking survival targets, as established in relevant Fisheries Mngt. Plans, for NFHS propagated species
 
 
      • 7.3.1.2 Total # of post-stocking survival targets, as established within Fisheries Mngt. Plans for propagated aquatic species
 
 
    • 7.3.2 Implement X% of Fishery Management Plan production tasks for interjurisdictional and other trust species that involve NFHS production activities.
 
 
      • 7.3.2.1 # fishery management plan tasks involving hatchery production that are implemented
 
 
      • 7.3.2.2 total # of fishery management plan tasks involving hatchery production
 
 
    • 7.3.3 Meet X% of marking and tagging targets, as prescribed by approved management plans.
 
 
      • 7.3.3.1 # of marking and tagging targets met as prescribed by approved Mngt. plans (restoration, recovery, FMP, etc)
 
 
      • 7.3.3.2 total # marking and tagging targets prescribed in approved Mngt. (restoration, recovery, FMP, etc.)
 
 
  • CSF 7.4 Implement X% of applied science and technology tasks prescribed by Fishery Management Plans
 
 
      • 7.4.0.1 # Fishery Mngt. Plan tasks involving applied science and technology development that are implemented
 
 
      • 7.4.0.2 total # tasks prescribed as part of Fishery Mngt. Plans (for IJ and other trust species)
 
 
    • 7.4.1 Develop X# of applied aquatic science and technologic tools, and share with partners through publications, web pages, technical bulletins, patents, meetings, and symposia.
 
 
    • 7.4.2 Submit X# technical sections of animal drug applications for fish and aquatic populations to the FDA.
 
 
    • 7.4.3 Develop X# of techniques and culture technology tools.
 
 
  • CSF 11.1 The condition of mission critical water management assets, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x.
 
 
    • 11.1.1 % of NFHS stations scheduled for Condition Assessments on a 5-year cycle basis have those assessments completed.
 
 
      • 11.1.1.1 # of NFHS stations assessments scheduled for Condition Assessments are completed.
 
 
      • 11.1.1.2 total # of NFHS stations assessments scheduled for Condition Assessments
 
 
    • 11.1.2 The condition of mission critical water management assets, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x. Note: the FY 04-06 data are reported in the DOI Database.
 
 
      • 11.1.2.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of mission critical water management assets having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 11.1.2.2 replacement value of mission critical water management assets having undergone condition assessment
 
 
    • 11.1.3 The condition of mission critical water management assets, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x. Revised Hatcheries goal to reflect revised 04-06 calculations.
 
 
      • 11.1.3.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of NFHS mission critical water management assets having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 11.1.3.2 replacement value of NFHS mission critical water management assets having undergone condition assessment
 
 
  • CSF 13.1A % of aquatic threatened and or endangered populations, prescribed as necessary in Recovery Plans, are self-sustaining in the wild.
 
 
      • 13.1A.0.1 # of T&E aquatic species populations that are self-sustaining
 
 
      • 13.1A.0.2 # T&E aquatic species populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.2 % of aquatic threatened and endangered populations, as prescribed in Recovery Plans, are self-sustaining in the wild.
 
 
      • 13.1A.2.1 # of T&E aquatic species populations that are self-sustaining
 
 
      • 13.1A.2.2 # T&E aquatic species populations
 
 
    • 13.1A.3 X% of NFHS Recovery Plan production tasks implemented
 
 
      • 13.1A.3.1 # recovery Plan tasks for listed aquatic species involving hatchery production
 
 
      • 13.1A.3.2 total # Recovery Plan tasks prescribed as part of ESA Recovery Plans for aquatic species
 
 
    • 13.1A.4 # of fish and aquatic animal populations that are held in refugia.
 
 
    • 13.1A.5 Implement X% of applied science and technology tasks, as prescribed by Recovery Plans.
 
 
      • 13.1A.5.1 # of Recovery Plan tasks for aquatic species in involving applied science and technology tasks
 
 
      • 13.1A.5.2 total # of Recovery Plan tasks prescribed as part of ESA Recovery Plans for aquatic species
 
 
    • 13.1A.6 Meet X% of post-stocking survival targets as prescribed by Recovery Plans, for hatchery propagated listed species.
 
 
      • 13.1A.6.1 # of post-stocking survival targets met for hatchery propagated listed species
 
 
      • 13.1A.6.2 total # of post-stocking survival targets, as established in Recovery Plans, for hatchery propagated species
 
 
  • CSF 16.1 % of cultural properties in FWS inventory that are in good condition.
 
 
    • 16.1.1 % of cultural properties in FWS inventory that are in good condition
 
 
      • 16.1.1.1 # in good condition
 
 
      • 16.1.1.2 # of cultural properties
 
 
  • CSF 16.3 % of cultural collections in FWS inventory are in good condition.
 
 
    • 16.3.1 % of cultural collections in FWS inventory are in good condition
 
 
      • 16.3.1.1 # in good condition
 
 
      • 16.3.1.2 # of cultural collections
 
 
    • 20.1.5 Facilitated programs: Number of visitors served by facilitated programs
 
 
      • 20.1.5.1 Number of visitors served by facilitated programs
 
 
  • CSF 20.4 % of mitigation production targets are met.
 
 
    • 20.4.1 % of mitigation production targets are met.
 
 
      • 20.4.1.1 # of mitigation production targets met
 
 
      • 20.4.1.2 total # of mitigation production targets
 
 
    • 20.4.2 Pounds of healthy rainbow trout produced per dollar spent
 
 
  • CSF 21.3A # of visitors to NFHS facilities
 
 
    • 21.3A.1 # of visitors to NFHS facilities
 
 
  • CSF 23.1 The condition of recreation facilities, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x.
 
 
    • 23.1.1 The FCI of recreation assets is x.
 
 
      • 23.1.1.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of recreation facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 23.1.1.2 replacement value of recreation facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
  • CSF 23.2 The condition of public use assets, as measured by the FCI, is x
 
 
    • 23.2.1 The FCI of public use assets is x.
 
 
      • 23.2.1.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog for NFHS public use assets
 
 
      • 23.2.1.2 replacement value of NFHS public use assets
 
 
  • CSF 27.2 Facility condition: Buildings (e.g. administrative, employee housing) in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index
 
 
    • 27.2.0.1 Facility Condition: Buildings (Combined Refuges and Hatcheries)
 
 
      • 27.2.0.1.1 Facility Condition: Buildings -- Numerator (Combined Refuges and Hatcheries)
 
 
      • 27.2.0.1.2 Facility Condition: Buildings -- Denominator (Combined Refuges and Hatcheries)
 
 
    • 27.2.3 Condition of assets directly supporting infrastructure (maintenance and administrative buildings; safety and storage properties) as measured by the DOI FCI.
 
 
      • 27.2.3.1 value of deferred maintenance cost estimate for NFHS direct infrastructure support assets
 
 
      • 27.2.3.2 total replacement value of NFHS direct infrastructure support assets
 
 
  • CSF 28.2 # of agreements supporting Tribal fish and wildlife conservation
 
 
    • 28.2.1 Tribal: Percent of planned accomplishments/reintroduction objectives completed.
 
 
      • 28.2.1.1 # of planned accomplishments/reintroduction objectives (tasks) completed
 
 
      • 28.2.1.2 total # of planned accomplishments/reintroduction objectives (tasks)
 
 
  • CSF 29.1 Volunteer and partnership goals are pursued by having x volunteer hours annually contributed, y refuges/WMDs actively engaged with a Community Partnership/Friends group, and z refuges/WMDs completing at least 1 cost shared project in association w
 
 
    • 29.1.1 % of recreation areas with community partnerships
 
 
      • 29.1.1.1 # of recreation areas with community partnerships
 
 
      • 29.1.1.2 Baseline recreation areas
 
 
    • 29.1.6 # of volunteer participation hours are supporting Fisheries objectives
 
 
    • 29.1.8 % of recreation areas community partnerships
 
 
      • 29.1.8.1 # of NFHS facilities with friends groups
 
 
      • 29.1.8.2 # of NFHS facilities
 
 
HC-Coastal Programs
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  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.6 protect/secure X acres of habitat
 
 
  • CSF 1.4 Marine and Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.4.1 # of marine/coastal wetlands acres enhanced or restored through voluntary partnerships
 
 
    • 1.4.2 # of marine/coastal upland acres enhanced or restored through voluntary partnerships
 
 
    • 1.4.3 # of marine/coastal stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced through voluntary partnerships
 
 
    • 1.4.8 # of fish barriers removed or installed
 
 
  • CSF 2.4 Marine/Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres/miles protected
 
 
    • 2.4.1 # of wetlands acres protected through voluntary partnerships
 
 
    • 2.4.2 # of upland acres protected through voluntary partnerships
 
 
    • 2.4.3 # of shoreline miles protected through voluntary partnerships
 
 
  • CSF 7.1 x% of species of management concern are managed to self-sustaining levels
 
 
    • 7.1.15 # of acres or wetlands reopened to fish passage
 
 
  • CSF 7.2 % of populations of management concern for which current condition and trend are known
 
 
      • 7.2.0.1 # of populations of management concern with known condition and trend
 
 
      • 7.2.0.2 Total # of populations of mgnt. concern
 
 
    • 7.2.4 # of acres/miles stream/shoreline reopened to fish passage
 
 
  • CSF 2.4 Marine/Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres/miles protected
 
 
    • 2.4.10 1,096,000 cumulative acres of CBRA areas with draft digital maps by FY 2008
 
 
    • 2.4.11 35% (cumulative percent) of CBRA areas with draft digital maps by FY 2008
 
 
      • 2.4.11.1 cumulative # acres of CBRA with draft digital maps
 
 
      • 2.4.11.2 total # acres of CBRA
 
 
HC-National Wetland Inventory
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  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.2 Improve Information Base, Information Management and Technical Assistance by producing up-to-date digital maps for X% of the nation
 
 
      • 1.1.2.1 # of acres of land digitally mapped
 
 
      • 1.1.2.2 % (cumulative) of lands with digital maps available
 
 
        • 1.1.2.2.1 # digital maps available (cumulative)
 
 
        • 1.1.2.2.2 total # maps
 
 
      • 1.1.2.3 % (cumulative) of lands with digital maps 10 years old or less
 
 
        • 1.1.2.3.1 # of digital maps -10 years old or less (cumulative)
 
 
        • 1.1.2.3.2 total # maps
 
 
      • 1.1.2.4 # of professionals trained
 
 
      • 1.1.2.5 # of status and trends reports produced for the nation
 
 
HC-Partners for Fish & Wildlife
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  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.1 # of wetlands acres enhanced or restored through voluntary partnerships
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.1 # of uplands acres enhanced or restored through voluntary partnerships
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.1 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles enhanced or restored through voluntary partnerships
 
 
    • 1.3.2 # of fish barriers removed or installed
 
 
  • CSF 2.5A Landscapes and watersheds planning
 
 
    • 2.5A.1 % of NWRS land acquisition projects where landscape level planning is completed in collaboration with partners
 
 
    • 2.5A.1 # of NWRS land acquisition projects where landscape level planning is completed in collaboration with partners
 
 
    • 2.5A.2 total # of land acquisition projects
 
 
  • CSF 7.1 x% of species of management concern are managed to self-sustaining levels
 
 
    • 7.1.14 # of acres or wetlands reopened to fish passage
 
 
  • CSF 7.2 % of populations of management concern for which current condition and trend are known
 
 
      • 7.2.0.1 # of populations of management concern with known condition and trend
 
 
      • 7.2.0.2 Total # of populations of mgnt. concern
 
 
    • 7.2.3 # of acres/miles stream/shoreline reopened to fish passage
 
 
  • CSF 15.6 # of acres infested with invasive animals that are treated
 
 
    • 15.6.3 # of acres achieving habitat/biological goals through voluntary agreements (ex: nutria control)
 
 
HC-Project Planning
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  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.1 # of wetlands acres protected through technical assistance
 
 
  • CSF 2.2 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.2.1 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.3.1 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres protected through technical assistance (Cumulative)
 
 
    • 2.3.2 # of riparian, stream, shoreline miles protected through technical assistance (Cumulative)
 
 
    • 2.3.3 # of instream miles protected through technical assistance(Cumulative)
 
 
  • CSF 2.8 # of environmental consultations to protect habitat not directed at specific statutory species
 
 
    • 2.8.3 Priority Customer Service: Provide technical assistance on X projects
 
 
    • 2.8.4 Environmental Streamlining: Provide advanced technical assistance on X% of priority projects
 
 
      • 2.8.4.1 # of priority projects receiving advanced technical assistance
 
 
      • 2.8.4.2 total # of priority projects requiring advanced technical assistance
 
 
  • CSF 2.4 Marine/Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres/miles protected
 
 
    • 2.4.5 # of marine/coastal wetlands acres protected
 
 
  • CSF 18.4 Provide Y number of advanced planning coordination responses for Z energy technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.4.1 % of energy coordination requests addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.4.1.1 # of timely advanced coordination request responses
 
 
      • 18.4.1.2 # of advanced coordination requests
 
 
    • 18.4.2 # of Oil and Gas projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
    • 18.4.3 # of Coal projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
    • 18.4.4 # of Wind Power projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
  • CSF 18.16 Provide Y number of advanced planning coordination responses for Z water technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.16.1 % of water coordination requests addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.16.1.1 # of timely advanced coordination request responses
 
 
      • 18.16.1.2 # of advanced coordination requests
 
 
    • 18.16.2 # of water supply/delivery projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
  • CSF 18.3 Provide Y number of advanced planning coordination responses for Z hydropower technical assistance requests in a timely manner
 
 
    • 18.3.1 % of hydropower coordination requests addressed in a timely manner
 
 
      • 18.3.1.1 # of timely advanced coordination request responses
 
 
      • 18.3.1.2 # of advanced coordination requests
 
 
    • 18.3.2 # of Hydropower FERC license projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
    • 18.3.3 # of Hydropower FERC relicense projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
    • 18.3.4 # of Hydropower (non-FERC) relicense projects - streamlining biological assistance
 
 
International Affairs
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  • CSF 10.1 Influence sustainable conservation of X species of international concern through binational and multinational initiatives.
 
 
    • 10.1.1 Influence sustainable conservation of X species of international concern through binational and multinational initiatives.
 
 
      • 10.1.1.1 Influence the conservation of X species through activities that promote and sustain species of international concern relative to the provisions of the Convention on Nature Protection and Wildlife Preservation in the Western Hemisphere.
 
 
      • 10.1.1.2 Influence the conservation of X species through activities that promote and sustain species of international concern relative to the provisions of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat (Ramsar).
 
 
      • 10.1.1.3 Influence the conservation of X species through activities that promote and sustain species of international concern relative to the provisions of the U.S. - Russia Agreement in the Field of Protection of the Environment and Natural Resources.
 
 
      • 10.1.1.5 Influence the conservation of X species through activities that promote and sustain species of international concern relative to the provisions of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
 
 
      • 10.1.1.6 Influence the conservation of X species through activities that promote and sustain species of international concern relative to the provisions of the Endangered Species Act.
 
 
  • CSF 10.2 Influence the conservation of X species of international concern through the wildlife trade permitting program.
 
 
    • 10.2.1 Influence the conservation of X species of international concern through the wildlife trade permitting program.
 
 
      • 10.2.1.1 Influence the conservation of X species, through wildlife trade permitting activities required for species listed on Appendix I of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
 
 
      • 10.2.1.2 Influence the conservation of X species, through wildlife trade permitting activities required for species listed on App. II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species.
 
 
      • 10.2.1.3 Influence the conservation of X species, through wildlife trade permitting activities required for species listed as endangered or threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
 
 
      • 10.2.1.4 Influence the conservation of X species, through wildlife trade permitting activities required under the Marine Mammal Protection Act.
 
 
  • CSF 10.3 Facilitate the conservation of X species through federal assistance awards and leveraged funds or in-kind resources
 
 
    • 10.3.1 Facilitate the conservation of X species through federal assistance awards and leveraged funds or in-kind resources.
 
 
Law Enforcement
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  • CSF 6.4 # of migratory bird conservation agreements, plans, or compliance actions by industry involving cooperation with the Office of Law enforcement.
 
 
    • 6.4.1 # of conservation agreements, plans, or compliance actions by industry involving wind power
 
 
    • 6.4.2 # of conservation agreements, plans, or compliance actions by industry involving oil pits
 
 
    • 6.4.3 # of conservation agreements, plans, or compliance actions by industry involving avian electrocution
 
 
  • CSF 6.6 # of individuals and businesses conducting illegal activities involving migratory birds
 
 
    • 6.6.1 # of individuals conducting illegal activities involving migratory birds
 
 
    • 6.6.2 # of businesses conducting illegal activities involving migratory birds
 
 
    • 6.6.3 % of investigations involving migratory birds
 
 
      • 6.6.3.1 # of migratory bird investigations
 
 
      • 6.6.3.2 total # of investigations
 
 
  • CSF 7.8 # of individual and businesses conducting illegal activities involving depleted native and IJ fish
 
 
    • 7.8.1 # individuals conducting illegal activities of depleted native and IJ fish populations
 
 
    • 7.8.2 # of businesses conducting illegal activities involving depleted native and IJ fish populations
 
 
    • 7.8.3 % of investigations involving depleted native and IJ fish populations
 
 
      • 7.8.3.1 # of depleted native and IJ fish investigations
 
 
      • 7.8.3.2 total # of investigations
 
 
  • CSF 8.2 # of individuals and businesses conducting illegal activities involving marine mammals
 
 
    • 8.2.1 # of individuals conducting illegal activities involving marine mammals
 
 
    • 8.2.2 # of businesses conducting illegal activities involving marine mammals
 
 
    • 8.2.3 % of investigations involving marine mammals
 
 
      • 8.2.3.1 # of marine mammal investigations
 
 
      • 8.2.3.2 total # of investigations
 
 
  • CSF 10.4 # of individuals and businesses conducting illegal activities involving species of management concern
 
 
    • 10.4.1 # of individuals conducting illegal activities involving foreign species.
 
 
    • 10.4.2 # of businesses conducting illegal activities involving foreign species.
 
 
    • 10.4.3 % of investigations involving foreign species foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.3.1 # of investigations involving foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.3.2 total # of investigations
 
 
    • 10.4.4 % of wildlife shipments containing foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.4.1 # of wildlife shipments containing foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.4.2 total # of wildlife shipments
 
 
      • 10.4.4.3 # of wildlife shipments containing foreign species -- designated ports
 
 
      • 10.4.4.4 # of wildlife shipments containing foreign species -- non-designated ports
 
 
      • 10.4.4.5 # of wildlife shipments containing foreign species -- non-staffed ports
 
 
    • 10.4.5 % of wildlife shipments physically inspected containing foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.5.1 # of wildlife shipments physically inspected containing foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.5.2 total # of wildlife shipments physically inspected
 
 
      • 10.4.5.3 # of wildlife shipments physically inspected containing foreign species -- designated ports
 
 
      • 10.4.5.4 # of wildlife shipments physically inspected containing foreign species -- non-designated ports
 
 
      • 10.4.5.5 # of wildlife shipments physically inspected containing foreign species -- non-staffed ports
 
 
    • 10.4.6 % of interdicted wildlife shipments containing foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.6.1 # of interdicted wildlife shipments containing foreign species
 
 
      • 10.4.6.2 total # of interdicted wildlife shipments (
 
 
      • 10.4.6.3 # of interdicted wildlife shipments containing foreign species -- designated ports
 
 
      • 10.4.6.4 # of interdicted wildlife shipments containing foreign species -- non-designated ports
 
 
      • 10.4.6.5 # of interdicted wildlife shipments containing foreign species -- non-staffed ports
 
 
  • CSF 13.12 # of individuals and businesses conducting illegal activities involving T&E species
 
 
      • 13.12.1 # of individuals conducting illegal activities involving T&E species
 
 
      • 13.12.2 # of businesses conducting illegal activities involving T&E species
 
 
    • 13.12.3 % of T&E investigations
 
 
      • 13.12.3.1 # of T&E investigations
 
 
      • 13.12.3.2 total # of wildlife shipments
 
 
  • CSF 15.7 # of injurious animals interdicted at international ports of entry and land borders
 
 
    • 15.7.1 # of injurious animals interdicted at international ports of entry and land borders
 
 
      • 15.7.1.1 % of wildlife shipments containing injurious animals
 
 
        • 15.7.1.1.1 # shipments containing injurious animals
 
 
        • 15.7.1.1.2 total # of wildlife shipments
 
 
  • CSF 27.4 Law Enforcement facilities/fleet in good/fair condition
 
 
    • 27.4.1 Facility condition: Law Enforcement facilities in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index
 
 
      • 27.4.1.1 value deferred maintenance of LE facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 27.4.1.2 replacement value of LE facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
    • 27.4.2 Fleet Condition: LE vehicles in good/fair condition as determined by assessment of age, mileage, and maintenance record
 
 
Migratory Bird Management
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  • CSF 6.1 % of Birds of Management Concern (BMC) population management needs met to achieve healthy and sustainable populations
 
 
    • 6.1.1 % of identified population management needs met for Birds of Management Concern (BMC)
 
 
      • 6.1.1.1 # of identified population management needs met
 
 
      • 6.1.1.2 total # of BMC
 
 
    • 6.1.2 # of BMC for which comprehensive management plans have been developed
 
 
    • 6.1.3 # of management actions implemented to address needs of BMC
 
 
    • 6.1.4 % of bird species of management concern with improved status
 
 
      • 6.1.4.1 # of bird species of management concern with improved status
 
 
      • 6.1.4.2 total # of bird species of management concern
 
 
  • CSF 6.2 % of all migratory bird species that are at healthy and sustainable levels.
 
 
    • 6.2.1 # of management actions implemented to address needs of non-BMC in an effort to ensure populations remain healthy
 
 
    • 6.2.2 % of all non-BMC that are at healthy and sustainable levels
 
 
      • 6.2.2.1 # of all non-BMC that are at healthy and sustainable levels
 
 
      • 6.2.2.2 total # of all non-BMC
 
 
  • CSF 6.3 % of migratory bird permits issued within 30 day of receipt of a completed application
 
 
    • 6.3.1 % of permit program efficiencies implemented
 
 
      • 6.3.1.1 # of permit program efficiencies implemented
 
 
      • 6.3.1.2 total # of permit program efficiencies
 
 
    • 6.3.2 % of migratory bird permits issued within 30 days of receipt of a completed application
 
 
      • 6.3.2.1 # of migratory bird permits issued within 30 days of receipt of a completed application
 
 
      • 6.3.2.2 total # of migratory bird permits issued within 30 days of receipt of a completed application
 
 
  • CSF 6.5 % of habitat needs met to achieve healthy and sustainable levels of migratory birds
 
 
    • 6.5.3 % of habitat needs met to achieve healthy and sustainable levels of migratory birds
 
 
      • 6.5.3.1 cumulative # of acres of habitat need met
 
 
      • 6.5.3.2 total # habitat acres identified
 
 
      • 6.5.3.3 # of acres of landscapes and watersheds managed through partnerships and networked lands that achieve habitat protection (included in 6.5.3.total)
 
 
    • 6.5.4 # of BMC with habitat management needs identified at eco-regional scales
 
 
  • CSF 17.1 x% of acres of designated wilderness achieving wilderness character objectives as specified by statute
 
 
    • 17.1.4 % of other special designation areas (including RAMSAR, RNAs, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Resources, etc.) achieving objectives
 
 
      • 17.1.4.1 # of other special designation areas (including RAMSAR, RNAs, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Resources, etc.) achieving objectives
 
 
      • 17.1.4.2 total # of other special designation areas (including RAMSAR, RNAs, Western Hemisphere Shorebird Resources, etc.) achieving objectives
 
 
      • 17.1.4.3 % of Special Management Areas meeting their heritage resource objectives under the authorizing legislation
 
 
        • 17.1.4.3.1 # of special management areas meeting objectives
 
 
        • 17.1.4.3.2 total # of special management areas
 
 
  • CSF 21.1 % of migratory bird species that may be harvested for sport hunting or falconry (according to the migratory bird treaties) for which harvest is authorized by regulation
 
 
    • 21.1.1 % of species for which harvest is authorized for sport hunting or falconry
 
 
      • 21.1.1.1 # of species for which harvest is authorized
 
 
      • 21.1.1.2 total # of species
 
 
  • CSF 21.2 % of adult Americans who participate in bird-related recreation
 
 
    • 21.2.1 # of outreach or educational venues conducted or supported
 
 
    • 21.2.2 % of adult Americans who participate in bird-related recreation
 
 
  • CSF 6.5 % of habitat needs met to achieve healthy and sustainable levels of migratory birds
 
 
    • 6.5.1 restore/enhance x acres of habitat in Mexico/ Latin America
 
 
    • 6.5.2 protect/secure x acres of habitat in Mexico/Latin America through partnerships and networked lands
 
 
  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.6 restore/enhance x acres of habitat in North America
 
 
    • 1.1.8 # of acres of wetlands restored per $1 Million via NAWCA grants in the U.S.
 
 
  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.5 protect/secure x acres of habitat
 
 
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  • CSF 2.5 A cumulative total of X number of refuges/WMDs have a completed Comprehensive Conservation Plan in place and Z number of refuges/WMDs have a plan under development.
 
 
      • 2.5.0.1 cumulative # refuges/WMDs with a CCP completed
 
 
      • 2.5.0.2 cumulative # refuges/WMDs with a CCP underway
 
 
    • 2.5.1 # refuges/WMDs with a Comprehensive Conservation Plan completed (during the year)
 
 
    • 2.5.2 # refuges/WMDs with a Comprehensive Conservation Plan completed (cumulative)
 
 
    • 2.5.3 # refuges/WMDs with Comprehensive Conservation Planning underway at the end of the FY
 
 
    • 2.5.4 Where CCPs underway, # CCPs where State fish and wildlife agency has been invited to serve on the planning team
 
 
    • 2.5.5 Where CCPs underway, # CCPs where effective cooperation and collaboration by stakeholders is underway
 
 
Refuge Fire
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  • CSF 3.1 # of acres are treated to reduce hazardous fuels that are in condition classes 2 or 3 in fire regimes 1-3 outside of WUI, and are identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the 10 year Implementation Plan
 
 
    • 3.1.1 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Percent of acres degraded by wildland fire with post-fire rehabilitation treatments: (underway +completed +and monitored)
 
 
      • 3.1.1.1 total # acres enhanced with post-fire rehabilitation
 
 
      • 3.1.1.2 total # acres degraded by wildland fire
 
 
      • 3.1.1.3 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Percent of acres degraded by wildland fire with post-fire rehabilitation treatments: (underway)
 
 
        • 3.1.1.3.1 # acres enhanced with post-fire rehabilitation underway
 
 
      • 3.1.1.4 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Percent of acres degraded by wildland fire with post-fire rehabilitation treatments: (completed)
 
 
        • 3.1.1.4.1 # acres enhanced with post-fire rehabilitation completed
 
 
      • 3.1.1.5 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Percent of acres degraded by wildland fire with post-fire rehabilitation treatments: (monitored)
 
 
        • 3.1.1.5.1 # acres enhanced with post-fire rehabilitation monitored
 
 
    • 3.1.2 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Number of acres in fire regimes 1, 2, or 3 moved to a better condition class that were identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the 10-year Implementation Plan in total
 
 
    • 3.1.3 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Number of acres in fire regimes 1, 2, or 3 moved to a better condition class that were identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the 10-year Implementation Plan – as a percent of total acres t
 
 
      • 3.1.3.1 # acres moved to a better condition
 
 
      • 3.1.3.2 # of Baseline acres
 
 
      • 3.1.3.3 Restore fire-adapted ecosystems: Number of acres in prior measure moved to a better condition class per million dollars of gross investment
 
 
        • 3.1.3.3.1 Baseline millions of $'s
 
 
      • 3.1.3.3.2 # of acres
 
 
    • 3.1.4 # of non-WUI acres are treated per million dollars gross investment
 
 
      • 3.1.4.1 Baseline millions of $'s
 
 
      • 3.1.4.2 # of acres
 
 
    • 3.1.5 Reduce hazardous fuels: Number of acres treated that are in condition classes 2 or 3 in fire regimes 1 through 3 outside of WUI, and are identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the 10-Yr. Implementation Plan, in total
 
 
    • 3.1.6 Reduce hazardous fuels: Number of acres treated that are in condition classes 2 or 3 in fire regimes 1 through 3 outside of WUI, and are identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the 10-Yr. Implementation Plan, as percent of a
 
 
      • 3.1.6.1 Acres outside WUI
 
 
  • CSF 24.1 # acres within WUI are treated to reduce fire hazards
 
 
    • 24.1.1 # acres are treated that are in the Wildland Urban Interface and are identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the Implementation Plan in total
 
 
    • 24.1.2 # acres are treated that are in the Wildland Urban Interface and are identified as high priority through collaboration consistent with the Implementation Plan as % of total
 
 
      • 24.1.2.1 Baseline acres
 
 
    • 24.1.3 # of WUI acres treated per million dollars gross investment
 
 
      • 24.1.3.1 Baseline $'s
 
 
    • 24.1.4 50% of fuels projects funds will be expended by contract
 
 
    • 24.1.5 # acres are treated for hazardous fuels reduction (all fund sources)
 
 
    • 24.1.6 # tons of woody biomass are offered for use from forest and woodland projects with hazardous fuels objectives
 
 
  • CSF 25.1 % of unplanned and unwanted wildland fires are controlled during initial attack
 
 
      • 25.1.0.1 # of fires
 
 
      • 25.1.0.2 Baseline
 
 
    • 25.1.1 # acres are burned by unplanned and unwanted wildland fires
 
 
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  • CSF 26.1 x refuges/WMDs have a fully functioning Refuge Law Enforcement program consistent with the Secretaries Law Enforcement Reform Plan.
 
 
    • 26.1.1 % of refuges/WMDs having law enforcement staffing comparable to the need identified in the NWRS Law Enforcement Deployment Model
 
 
      • 26.1.1.1 # of refuges/WMDs having law enforcement staffing comparable to the need identified in the NWRS Law Enforcement Deployment Model
 
 
      • 26.1.1.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 26.1.3 # actual LE field hours (excludes training, admin functions, and physical fitness time) carried out during the year
 
 
    • 26.1.4 % of easement contracts (wetland easements, FmHA easements, etc) are being complied with
 
 
      • 26.1.4.1 # of easement contracts (wetland easements, FmHA easements, etc) are being complied with
 
 
      • 26.1.4.2 total # of easement contracts
 
 
    • 26.1.5 # violation notices are issued and x other law enforcement incidents are documented
 
 
    • 26.1.6 # refuges/WMDs have a community policing program in place
 
 
  • CSF 26.2 Public safety and emergency responses/Security
 
 
    • 26.2.1 # of unlawful incidents on Refuges
 
 
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  • CSF 11.2 The condition of Conservation and biological research facilities, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x.
 
 
    • 11.2.1 # new conservation facilities are added to better achieve the NWRS missionX
 
 
    • 11.2.2 The condition of Conservation and biological research facilities, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x.
 
 
      • 11.2.2.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of dams, impoundments, canals, drainage ditches, WCS, pumping stations, nesting islands having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 11.2.2.2 replacement value of dams, impoundments, canals, drainage ditches, WCS, pumping stations, nesting islands having undergone condition assessment
 
 
    • 16.2.2 Cultural and natural heritage facilities are in good/fair condition as measured by the FCI
 
 
      • 16.2.2.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of historic landmarks/National Register of Historic Properties having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 16.2.2.2 replacement value of historic landmarks/National Register of Historic Properties having undergone condition assessment
 
 
    • 20.2.11 % of universally accessible facilities in relation to the total number of recreation areas.
 
 
      • 20.2.11.1 # of universally accessible facilities in relation to the total number of recreation areas.
 
 
      • 20.2.11.2 total # of refuges
 
 
  • CSF 23.1 The condition of recreation facilities, as measured by the DOI FCI, is x.
 
 
    • 23.1.1 The FCI of recreation assets is x.
 
 
      • 23.1.1.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of recreation facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 23.1.1.2 replacement value of recreation facilities having undergone condition assessment
 
 
    • 23.1.2 # new recreation facilities are added to better achieve the NWRS mission
 
 
      • 23.1.3 The FCI of recreation assets is x.
 
 
      • 23.1.3.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of docks, boat launches, kiosks, observation decks, campgrounds, boardwalks, picnic areas having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 23.1.3.2 replacement value of docks, boat launches, kiosks, observation decks, campgrounds, boardwalks, picnic areas having undergone condition assessment
 
 
  • CSF 27.2 Facility condition: Buildings (e.g. administrative, employee housing) in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index
 
 
    • 27.2.0.1 Facility Condition: Buildings (Combined Refuges and Hatcheries)
 
 
      • 27.2.0.1.1 Facility Condition: Buildings -- Numerator (Combined Refuges and Hatcheries)
 
 
      • 27.2.0.1.2 Facility Condition: Buildings -- Denominator (Combined Refuges and Hatcheries)
 
 
    • 27.2.1 Facility condition: Buildings (e.g. administrative, employee housing) in fair to good condition as measured by the Facilities Condition Index
 
 
      • 27.2.1.1 value of deferred maintenance backlog of buildings having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 27.2.1.2 replacement value of buildings having undergone condition assessment
 
 
  • CSF 27.3 Facility condition: Other facilities, including roads, dams, trails, bridges are in fair to good condition as measured by the appropriate Facilities Condition Index
 
 
    • 27.3.1 Other facilities, including roads, dams, trails, bridges are in fair to good condition as measured by the appropriate Facilities Condition Index
 
 
      • 27.3.1.1 value of roads/trails/bridges having undergone condition assessment
 
 
      • 27.3.1.2 replacement value of roads/trails/bridges having undergone condition assessment
 
 
Refuge Realty
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    • 2.1.3 # wetland acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
    • 2.2.3 # upland acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
    • 2.3.5 # miles of riparian/shoreline habitats protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 2.5A Landscapes and watersheds planning
 
 
    • 2.5A.1 % of NWRS land acquisition projects where landscape level planning is completed in collaboration with partners
 
 
    • 2.5A.1 # of NWRS land acquisition projects where landscape level planning is completed in collaboration with partners
 
 
    • 2.5A.2 total # of land acquisition projects
 
 
    • 2.4.8 # of marine/coastal acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
Refuge Visitor Services
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  • CSF 16.2 % of cultural properties in FWS inventory that are in good condition.
 
 
    • 16.2.1 % of cultural properties in FWS inventory that are in good condition
 
 
      • 16.2.1.1 # in good condition
 
 
      • 16.2.1.2 # of cultural properties
 
 
    • 16.2.3 # new historic/heritage properties added to the inventory
 
 
  • CSF 16.4 % of cultural collections in FWS inventory that are in good condition.
 
 
    • 16.4.1 % of cultural collections in FWS inventory that are in good condition
 
 
      • 16.4.1.1 # in good condition
 
 
      • 16.4.1.2 # of cultural collections
 
 
  • CSF 16.5 % of paleontological resources in FWS inventory that are in good condition.
 
 
    • 16.5.1 % of paleontological resources in FWS inventory that are in good condition.
 
 
      • 16.5.1.1 # of paleontological localities in good condition
 
 
      • 16.5.1.2 total # of paleontological localities in inventory
 
 
  • CSF 19.1 % of visitors are satisfied with the wildlife dependent recreation or education opportunities provided.
 
 
    • 19.1.1 % of visitors are satisfied with the wildlife dependent recreation or education opportunities provided.
 
 
  • CSF 19.2 % of visitors are satisfied with the quality of experience
 
 
    • 19.2.1 % of visitors are satisfied with the quality of experience
 
 
    • 19.2.3 Customer satisfaction with value for fee paid.
 
 
  • CSF 20.1 The following % of refuges/WMDs are open to priority NWRS recreation activities (applies within constraints of compatibility standard): hunting –x%, fishing –x%, wildlife observation and photography – x%, environmental education-x%, and interpret
 
 
    • 20.1.1 The following % of refuges/WMDs are open to priority NWRS recreation activities (applies within constraints of compatibility standard): hunting –x%, fishing –x%, wildlife observation and photography – x%, environmental education-x%, and interpretat
 
 
      • 20.1.1.1 % of refuges/WMDs that have quality hunting programs, where hunting is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.1.1 # of refuges/WMDs that have quality hunting programs, where hunting is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.1.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.1.1.3 total # participants
 
 
      • 20.1.1.2 % of refuges/WMDs that have quality fishing programs, where fishing is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.2.1 # of refuges/WMDs that have quality fishing programs, where fishing is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.2.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.1.2.3 total # participants
 
 
      • 20.1.1.3 % of refuges/WMDs that have quality wildlife observation programs, where wildlife observation is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.3.1 # of refuges open to wildlife observation and photography, where wildlife observation is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.3.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.1.3.3 total # participants
 
 
      • 20.1.1.4 % of refuges/WMDs that have quality environmental education programs, where interpretation is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.4.1 # of refuges/WMDs that have quality environmental education programs, where interpretation is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.4.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.1.4.3 total # participants
 
 
      • 20.1.1.5 % of refuges/WMDs with quality interpretative programs that adequately interpret key resources and issues, where interpretation is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.5.1 # of refuges/WMDs with quality interpretative programs that adequately interpret key resources and issues, where interpretation is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.5.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.1.5.3 total # participants
 
 
      • 20.1.1.6 % of refuges/WMDs open to other recreational uses, where recreational uses are compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.6.1 # of refuges/WMDs open to other recreational uses, where recreational uses are compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.1.6.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.1.6.3 total # participants
 
 
    • 20.1.2 % of refuges/WMDs open to public visitation have a current Visitor Services plan
 
 
      • 20.1.2.1 # of refuges/WMDs open to public visitation have a current Visitor Services plan
 
 
      • 20.1.2.2 total # of refuges
 
 
      • 20.1.2.3 total # participants
 
 
      • 20.1.2.4 % of refuges/WMDs that have nature photography programs, where nature photography is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.2.4.1 # of refuges/WMDs that have nature photography programs, where nature photography is compatible
 
 
        • 20.1.2.4.2 total # of refuges
 
 
        • 20.1.2.4.3 total # participants
 
 
    • 20.1.4 # individuals participate in hunting, x in fishing, x in wildlife observation and photography, x in environmental education, and x in interpretation, and x in other recreational uses
 
 
      • 20.1.4.1 # individuals participating in hunting
 
 
      • 20.1.4.2 # individuals participating in fishing
 
 
      • 20.1.4.3 # individuals participating in wildlife observation
 
 
      • 20.1.4.4 # individuals participating in environmental education
 
 
      • 20.1.4.5 # individuals participating in interpretation
 
 
      • 20.1.4.6 # individuals participating in wildlife photography
 
 
    • 20.1.5 Facilitated programs: Number of visitors served by facilitated programs
 
 
      • 20.1.5.1 Number of visitors served by facilitated programs
 
 
    • 20.1.6 # of acres made available for recreation through management actions and partnerships
 
 
  • CSF 20.2 % of refuges/WMDs have adequate capabilities to welcome and orient visitors.
 
 
    • 20.2.1 % of refuges/WMDs have the standard entrance sign in place
 
 
      • 20.2.1.1 # of refuges/WMDs have the standard entrance sign in place
 
 
      • 20.2.1.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.2 % of locations with directional and safety signs in place as prescribed in sign standards
 
 
      • 20.2.2.1 # of locations with directional and safety signs in place as prescribed in sign standards
 
 
      • 20.2.2.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.3 % of those locations with signs that meet standards and are in good condition
 
 
      • 20.2.3.1 # of those locations with signs that meet standards and are in good condition
 
 
      • 20.2.3.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.4 % of boundary miles that are posted consistent with boundary standards
 
 
      • 20.2.4.1 # of boundary miles that are posted consistent with boundary standards
 
 
      • 20.2.4.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.5 % of refuges/WMDs with adequate numbers of brochures to meet visitor demand
 
 
      • 20.2.5.1 # of refuges/WMDs with brochures that follow established standards;
 
 
      • 20.2.5.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.6 % of refuges/WMDs have publications other than brochures that follow established standards
 
 
      • 20.2.6.1 # of refuges/WMDs have publications other than brochures that follow established standards
 
 
      • 20.2.6.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.9 % of refuges/WMDs have fully adequate orientation points (kiosks, wayside information points, contact stations, associated parking) in place to welcome and orient visitors
 
 
      • 20.2.9.1 # of refuges/WMDs have fully adequate orientation points (kiosks, wayside information points, contact stations, associated parking) in place to welcome and orient visitors
 
 
      • 20.2.9.2 total # of refuges
 
 
    • 20.2.10 % of refuges/WMDs have a web site that follows prescribed standards
 
 
      • 20.2.10.1 # of refuges/WMDs have a web site that follows prescribed standards
 
 
      • 20.2.10.2 total # of refuges
 
 
  • CSF 20.6 % of RecFee receipts spent on collections
 
 
    • 20.6.1 % of RecFee receipts spent on collections
 
 
  • CSF 29.1 Volunteer and partnership goals are pursued by having x volunteer hours annually contributed, y refuges/WMDs actively engaged with a Community Partnership/Friends group, and z refuges/WMDs completing at least 1 cost shared project in association w
 
 
      • 29.1.0.1 # volunteer hours (DOI SP)
 
 
      • 29.1.0.2 # refuges/WMDs with Community Partnerships/Friends Groups
 
 
      • 29.1.0.3 # of refuges completing at least 1 cost-shared project with a partner
 
 
    • 29.1.1 % of recreation areas with community partnerships
 
 
      • 29.1.1.1 # of recreation areas with community partnerships
 
 
      • 29.1.1.2 Baseline recreation areas
 
 
    • 29.1.2 # of volunteer hours are annually contributed
 
 
    • 29.1.3 # of individuals annually provide volunteer assistance
 
 
    • 29.1.4 % of refuges/WMDs have a Community Partnership/Friends Group
 
 
      • 29.1.4.1 # of refuges with friends groups
 
 
      • 29.1.4.2 # of refuges with wildlife dependent recreation
 
 
    • 29.1.5 # of projects with non-Federal Conservation partners
 
 
      • 29.1.5.1 # of refuges with at least one cost-shared project completed in partnership with non-federal entities
 
 
      • 29.1.5.2 $ value of NWRS and non-Federal Conservation partner contribution
 
 
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  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.3 # of wetlands acres restored
 
 
      • 1.1.3.1 # of wetland acres are restored per million dollars of gross investment
 
 
    • 1.1.4 # of wetlands acres achieving desired conditions (excludes Alaska) (= % of acres achieving desired conditions as specified in management plans consistent with applicable substantive and procedural requirements in State and Federal water law
 
 
      • 1.1.4.1 % acres achieving condition
 
 
      • 1.1.4.2 # acres achieving desired condition
 
 
      • 1.1.4.3 # acres in plan
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.2 # of upland acres restored
 
 
      • 1.2.2.1 # of wetlands and uplands acres enhanced or restored through voluntary partnerships (combined wetlands & uplands already counted in other wetlands & uplands numbers)
 
 
    • 1.2.3 # of uplands acres achieving desired conditions (excludes Alaska) (= % of acres achieving desired conditions as specified in management plans consistent with applicable substantive and procedural requirements in State and Federal water law
 
 
      • 1.2.3.1 % acres achieving condition
 
 
      • 1.2.3.2 # acres achieving desired condition
 
 
      • 1.2.3.3 # acres in plan
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.4 # miles of riparian/shoreline habitats restored
 
 
    • 1.3.5 # of miles achieving desired conditions (excludes Alaska) (= % of miles achieving desired conditions as specified in management plans consistent with applicable substantive and procedural requirements in State and Federal water law
 
 
      • 1.3.5.1 % miles achieving condition
 
 
      • 1.3.5.2 # miles achieving desired condition
 
 
      • 1.3.5.3 # miles in plan
 
 
  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.4 # of acres held in protective status but habitat not actively manipulated
 
 
  • CSF 2.2 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.2.4 # upland acres protected through passive land management
 
 
    • 2.3.6 # miles of riparian/shoreline habitats held in protective status but not habitat actively manipulated
 
 
  • CSF 2.9 Air Quality: Percent of reporting Class I FWS lands that meet ambient air quality standards
 
 
    • 2.9.1 % of 21 Class 1 Wilderness areas that meet ambient air quality standards
 
 
      • 2.9.1.1 # of wilderness areas meeting ambient air quality
 
 
      • 2.9.1.2 total # of wilderness areas
 
 
  • CSF 2.10 Air Quality: Percent of reporting Class I FWS lands that meet visibility objectives.
 
 
    • 2.10.1 % of reporting Class I FWS lands that meet visibility objectives.
 
 
      • 2.10.1.1 # of reporting Class I FWS lands that meet visibility objectives.
 
 
      • 2.10.1.2 total # of reporting Class I FWS lands that must meet visibility objectives.
 
 
  • CSF 1.4 Marine and Coastal wetland/upland/riparian acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.4.4 # of wetland marine/coastal acres restored
 
 
    • 1.4.5 # of upland marine/coastal acres restored
 
 
    • 1.4.6 # of riparian marine/coastal acres restored
 
 
    • 1.4.7 # of marine/coastal acres achieving desired conditions (excludes Alaska) (= % of acres achieving desired conditions as specified in management plans
 
 
      • 1.4.7.1 % acres achieving condition
 
 
      • 1.4.7.2 # acres achieving desired condition
 
 
      • 1.4.7.3 # acres in plan
 
 
    • 2.4.9 # of marine/coastal acres held in protective status but habitat not actively manipulated
 
 
  • CSF 5.1 % of all refuges/WMDs are free of documented water quality problems with significant negative impacts to natural resources
 
 
    • 5.1.1 % of all refuges/WMDs are free of documented water quality problems with significant negative impacts to natural resources
 
 
      • 5.1.1.1 of refuges/WMDs are free of documented water quality problems
 
 
      • 5.1.1.2 # of refuges
 
 
    • 5.1.2 % of all refuges/WMDs without water quality degradation problems serious enough to trigger a 303d listing under the Clean Water Act
 
 
      • 5.1.2.1 # refuges/WMDs without water quality degradation problems
 
 
      • 5.1.2.2 # of refuges
 
 
    • 5.1.3 % of refuges/WMDs that have conducted a baseline assessment of water resources necessary to support habitat and other management goals
 
 
      • 5.1.3.1 # of refuges/WMDs that have conducted a baseline assessment of water resources
 
 
      • 5.1.3.2 # of refuges
 
 
    • 5.1.4 % of refuges/WMDs where water rights are legally protected sufficiently to maintain needed use, and where baseline assessments have been completed
 
 
      • 5.1.4.1 # of refuges/WMDs where water rights are legally protected
 
 
      • 5.1.4.2 # of refuges
 
 
  • CSF 5.3 Percent of surface waters managed by FWS that meet EPA approved water quality standards
 
 
    • 5.3.1 % of surface waters managed by FWS that meet EPA approved water quality standards
 
 
      • 5.3.1.1 # acres surface water achieving standard
 
 
      • 5.3.1.2 # acres in plan
 
 
  • CSF 5.4 # of refuges with priority water rights identified or protected
 
 
    • 5.4.1 # of refuges/WMDs on the priority list of locations needing additional water rights attention have water rights quantified and officially documented
 
 
    • 5.4.2 # of refuges/WMDs on the priority list of locations needing additional water rights attention have water rights adequately protected
 
 
    • 5.4.3 Water quantity: Protect or restore X number of surface and ground water systems directly managed or influenced by FWS, as specified in management plans and applicable Federal and State law, by working with State and local resource managers, as approp
 
 
  • CSF 7.5 % of populations of indicator species with improved or stable numbers
 
 
      • 7.5.0.1 # of indicator species populations with improved/stable numbers
 
 
      • 7.5.0.2 total # of indicator species populations
 
 
    • 7.5.1 # of population management actions are taken to benefit native, fish, wildlife, and plants that are not threatened or endangered.
 
 
    • 7.5.2 % of needed inventory and monitoring actions are completed
 
 
      • 7.5.2.1 # of completed inventory and monitoring actions completed
 
 
      • 7.5.2.2 total # of inventory and monitoring actions
 
 
    • 7.5.3 % of refuges/WMDs have an approved Wildlife Inventory, and Monitoring Plan
 
 
      • 7.5.3.1 # of Refuges/WMDs with approved Wildlife Inventory and Monitoring Plan
 
 
      • 7.5.3.2 total # of refuges/WMDs with Wildlife Inventory and Monitoring Plan
 
 
    • 7.5.4 % of species of management concern that are managed to self-sustaining levels, in cooperation with affected states and others, as defined in approved management documents
 
 
      • 7.5.4.1 # of species of management concern managed to self-sustaining levels
 
 
      • 7.5.4.2 total # of species of management concern
 
 
  • CSF 7.6 % of populations of indicator or resident species with improved status (sage grouse, prairie dogs, pheasant, deer)
 
 
    • 7.6.1 # of assessments for non-T&E species
 
 
  • CSF 13.3 % of NWRS recovery actions for T&E species prescribed in recovery plans are completed.
 
 
    • 13.3.3 % of NWRS recovery actions for T&E species prescribed in recovery plans are completed.
 
 
      • 13.3.3.1 # of recovery tasks prescribed in approved plans completed
 
 
      • 13.3.3.2 total # of recovery tasks prescribed in approved plans
 
 
  • CSF 14.2 % of acres infested with invasive plants that are treated
 
 
    • 14.1.1 % of infested acres are being treated to control/manage invasive plants
 
 
      • 14.1.1.1 # acres treated for invasive plants
 
 
      • 14.1.1.2 # acres treated for invasive plants
 
 
      • 14.1.3 # of acres achieving habitat/biological goals through voluntary agreements (invasive plant control)
 
 
  • CSF 15.6 # of acres infested with invasive animals that are treated
 
 
    • 15.6.1 % of infested acres are being treated to control/manage invasive animals
 
 
      • 15.6.1.1 # acres treated
 
 
      • 15.6.1.2 # acres infested
 
 
    • 15.6.4 Percent change from baseline in the number of invasive animal, aquatic, and terrestrial populations
 
 
  • CSF 17.1 x% of acres of designated wilderness achieving wilderness character objectives as specified by statute
 
 
    • 17.1.1 x% of Wilderness acres are achieving unique values described in the Wilderness Act
 
 
      • 17.1.1.1 acres achieving objectives
 
 
      • 17.1.1.2 # of wilderness acres
 
 
    • 17.1.2 % of Wild and Scenic River miles are achieving unique values described in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
 
 
      • 17.1.2.1 # of Wild and Scenic River miles achieving unique values
 
 
      • 17.1.2.2 total # of Wild and Scenic River miles
 
 
    • 17.1.3 % of Marine Protected Area acres are achieving unique values as described in Executive Order 13089
 
 
      • 17.1.3.1 # of Marine Protected Area acres achieving unique values
 
 
      • 17.1.3.2 total # of Marine Protected Area acres achieving unique values
 
 
    • 26.2.3 Mitigate hazards: % of physical and chemical hazards mitigated within 120 days to ensure visitor or public safety
 
 
      • 26.2.3.1 # hazards corrected in FY
 
 
      • 26.2.3.2 # hazards identified
 
 
      • 29.1.5.3 # acres improved through accomplishing mutually beneficial conservation projects cost-shared with a non-Federal Conservation partner
 
 
  • CSF 20.3 Increase the number of opportunities by X for fish and wildlife related recreation, including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education.
 
 
    • 20.3.5 # of pumpout/dump stations developed or maintained
 
 
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  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.10 # of acres of wetlands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.6 # of acres of uplands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.9 # of stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.10 # of wetlands acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 2.2 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.2.9 # of uplands acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 2.3 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres/miles protected
 
 
  • CSF 2.3 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres/miles protected
 
 
  • CSF 2.3 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres/miles protected
 
 
  • CSF 2.3 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres/miles protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.1 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.1 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.1 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.1 # of riparian, stream, shoreline acres protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.2 # of riparian, stream, shoreline miles protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.2 # of riparian, stream, shoreline miles protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.2 # of riparian, stream, shoreline miles protected
 
 
      • 2.3.0.2 # of riparian, stream, shoreline miles protected
 
 
    • 2.3.9 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles protected
 
 
  • CSF 13.8 Increase the number of listed species benefiting from Endangered Species Grant Programs (Nontraditional Section 6 and Private Stewardship) to Y# by 200X
 
 
    • 13.8.3 # of stream/shoreline miles achieving habitat/biological community goals through voluntary agreements
 
 
    • 13.8.4 # of acres achieving habitat/biological community goals through voluntary agreements
 
 
  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.6 # miles stream/shoreline restored
 
 
    • 1.3.7 # acre stream/shoreline restored
 
 
    • 1.3.8 # of acres reservoir/lake restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.9 # of wetlands acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 2.2 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.2.8 # of uplands acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 19.2 % of visitors are satisfied with the quality of experience
 
 
    • 19.2.2 Expand science base: manager satisfaction scores for technical assistance and science products for recreation purposes
 
 
      • 19.2.2.1 # respondents satisfied with Service
 
 
      • 19.2.2.2 # of respondents surveyed
 
 
    • 20.1.7 # of acres made available for recreation through management actions and partnerships
 
 
  • CSF 20.3 Increase the number of opportunities by X for fish and wildlife related recreation, including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education.
 
 
    • 20.3.1 # of boat access sites developed or renovated
 
 
    • 20.3.2 # of fishing access sites developed or renovated
 
 
    • 20.3.8 # of acres leased for hunting/fishing
 
 
    • 20.3.10 # of aquatic education courses
 
 
  • CSF 21.3 Increase by X% the number of individuals who participate in fish and wildlife related recreation
 
 
    • 21.3.1 Maintain, stabilize or increase the number of anglers in the U.S.
 
 
    • 21.3.3 Maintain, stabilize or increase the number of wildlife watchers in the U.S.
 
 
  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.12 # of acres of wetlands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.8 # of acres of uplands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.3 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.3.11 # of riparian stream/shoreline miles restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 20.3 Increase the number of opportunities by X for fish and wildlife related recreation, including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education.
 
 
    • 20.3.12 # of acres opened or enhanced for fish and wildlife-related recreation including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education
 
 
  • CSF 1.1 # of wetlands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.1.9 # of acres of wetlands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 1.2 # of uplands acres restored/enhanced
 
 
    • 1.2.5 # of acres of uplands restored/enhanced
 
 
  • CSF 2.1 # of wetlands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.1.8 # of wetlands acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 2.2 # of uplands acres protected
 
 
    • 2.2.7 # of uplands acres protected through land acquisition
 
 
  • CSF 6.5 % of habitat needs met to achieve healthy and sustainable levels of migratory birds
 
 
    • 6.5.5 restore/enhance x acres
 
 
  • CSF 20.3 Increase the number of opportunities by X for fish and wildlife related recreation, including: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, photography, interpretation, and environmental education.
 
 
    • 20.3.3 # of shooting ranges maintained or developed
 
 
    • 20.3.4 # of wildlife access sites developed or renovated
 
 
    • 20.3.7 # of students trained in hunter education
 
 
    • 20.3.9 # of acres leased for hunting/fishing
 
 
  • CSF 21.3 Increase by X% the number of individuals who participate in fish and wildlife related recreation
 
 
    • 21.3.2 Maintain, stabilize or increase the number of hunters in the U.S.
 
 
  • CSF 29.1 Volunteer and partnership goals are pursued by having x volunteer hours annually contributed, y refuges/WMDs actively engaged with a Community Partnership/Friends group, and z refuges/WMDs completing at least 1 cost shared project in association w
 
 
    • 29.1.9 # of volunteer participation hours supporting Hunter Education objectives
 
 
    • 29.1.10 # of volunteer instructors trained to support Hunter Education objectives