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Organizational Management
Organizational Management
On this page you will find information about the department's strategic planning process, communications, budget development for 2009-11, and Tribal/State Agency relations.  This page is frequently updated, so please check back often for the latest information.

Agency Strategic Plan
The Oregon Department of Forestry Agency Strategic Plan 2004 to 2011  was adopted in September 2004 and describes the high-priority actions the agency will undertake between 2004 and 2011.  These actions will enable the department to meet its statutory mandates and assist the Oregon Board of Forestry in achieving the strategies, actions, and vision expressed in the 2003 Forestry Program for Oregon.

Agency Communications Plan
The Board of Forestry approved the agency's communication plan on January 6, 2006. This plan includes eight key messages that are based on the Forestry Program for Oregon - the board's strategic plan.  These key messages are overarching concepts that the board and the department seek to communicate, and that guide all public affairs and communication work across the agency's programs.
Eight key messages from the Agency Communication Plan  [Powerpoint presentation]

Developing the agency's biennial budgets
More information on biennial budget development is available on the department's Budget Development web page.

Tribal/State Agency Relations
The Oregon Department of Forestry is committed to its relations with the Tribes and this commitment is demonstrated through involvement in natural resource and archaeological and cultrual resource activities.  For more information on the department's tribal/state relations, visit the department's  Tribal/State Relations web page.