In accordance with the Government Performance Result Act (GPRA) requirements, this Plan documents the Office of National Drug Control Policy's (ONDCP's) long-range goals, strategies, and performance measures by which Congress and the public will hold it accountable and evaluate its success. This plan covers the period FY 2001 to FY 2007. This Plan states ONDCP's overall mission and goals and those of the four specific programs ONDCP manages. These goals strive to produce national as well as international outcomes. Because of this, their accomplishment requires the coordinated effort of numerous federal agencies, state and local governments, the private sector, society at large, and foreign governments. Clearly, no one agency or sector can achieve the goals of the National Drug Control Strategy (Strategy) and ONDCP's primary role is to guide the disparate efforts of numerous agencies by setting national drug control priorities and objectives. By law, ONDCP's principal purpose is to establish policies, priorities, and objectives for the United States' drug control program which are articulated in the Strategy. This policy-making and oversight role, however, consumes only a small proportion--less than ten percent--of ONDCP's annual budget. ONDCP applies well over 90 percent of its budget to the four drug control programs it directly manages.