§82. Strategic planning
A. The Judicial Budgetary Control Board or a judicial body to be designated by the supreme court shall develop on behalf of each level of court a strategic plan to be used as a guide to the ongoing and proposed activities of the judiciary for the next five years and as a basic framework for the annual judicial appropriation bill.
B. The initial strategic plan shall be completed no later than December 31, 1999, and shall contain information relevant to the following levels of court: the supreme court, the intermediate courts of appeal, and the district courts, including the family and juvenile courts. Thereafter, the strategic plan for the judiciary shall be revised and updated at least every three years and shall include information relevant to the supreme court, the intermediate appellate courts, the district courts, and the parish and city courts. The strategic plan shall, at a minimum, contain the following for each level of court:
(1) A mission statement.
(2) A statement of goals and objectives.
(3) A statement of each strategy that shall be used to attain each goal and objective.
(4) An identification of the potential external factors which are beyond the control of the judiciary and which could significantly affect the judiciary's attainment of its goals and objectives.
(5) Performance indicators for each objective which, to the extent possible, shall include indicators of input, output, outcome, and efficiency.
Acts 1999, No. 1176, §1, eff. July 9, 1999.