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Often synonymous with a general goal. In a strategic plan, an objective(s) may complement a general goal whose achievement cannot be directly measured. The assessment is made on the objective rather than the general goal. Objectives may also be characterized as being particularly focused on the conduct of basic [[agency]] functions and operations (e.g., computer capacity, staff training and skills) that support the conduct of programs and activities.
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A '''general objective''' is often synonymous with a general goal. In a strategic plan, an objective(s) may complement a general goal whose achievement cannot be directly measured. The assessment is made on the objective rather than the general goal. Objectives may also be characterized as being particularly focused on the conduct of basic [[agency]] functions and operations (e.g., computer capacity, staff training and skills) that support the conduct of programs and activities.
  
 
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Revision as of 10:30, 11 February 2008

A general objective is often synonymous with a general goal. In a strategic plan, an objective(s) may complement a general goal whose achievement cannot be directly measured. The assessment is made on the objective rather than the general goal. Objectives may also be characterized as being particularly focused on the conduct of basic agency functions and operations (e.g., computer capacity, staff training and skills) that support the conduct of programs and activities.