In January 2014, the White House released Coordination, Collaboration, Capacity: Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States, 2013–2017 (3 mb).
The Plan reaffirms the American values of freedom and equality and builds on the progress that our Nation has made in combating human trafficking and modern-day forms of slavery through government action and partnerships with allied professionals and concerned citizens.
Outlined in the Plan are the following 4 goals, with 8 objectives and more than 250 associated action items for victim service improvements that can be achieved over a 5 year period.
The Federal Strategic Action Plan on Services for Victims of Human Trafficking in the United States: Fiscal Year 2016 Status Report (PDF 6.78 kb) is based on the Timeline located within Appendix B of the Plan. Note that the Timeline includes only the responsible agency and a brief summary of each action that is more fully described in the narrative section of the Plan. Where more than one agency is responsible for the action, the agencies are listed in alphabetical order except when there is a primary agency, in which case the primary agency is listed first and collaborating agencies are listed in alphabetical order after the term “with.”
The Fiscal Year 2016 Status Report includes the page number of the Plan where the full description of the action item can be found. The status report also includes a status and short explanatory comment for each item in the Timeline.
Each action item in the Fiscal Year 2016 Status Report has been designated one of the following options:
You may also view status reports from previous fiscal years: