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The process of aligning strategic goals and objectives with technical goals and objectives is known as operational planning (OP). It explains how, or what part of, a strategic plan will be implemented during a given operational period, such as a fiscal year or another budgetary term in the case of commercial applications. An operational plan serves as the foundation for and rationale for a request for an annual operating budget. As a result, a five-year strategic plan usually necessitates five operational plans, each financed by five operating budgets.
The activities and budgets for each part of the organization for the next 1–3 years should be established in operational plans. They connect the strategic plan to the activities that the organization will carry out and the resources that will be needed to carry them out. An operational plan draws directly from agency and program strategic plans to describe agency and program missions and goals, program objectives, and program activities. An operational plan, like a strategic plan, answers four questions that include where we are now, where we want to be, how to get there, and how to measure our progress. In preparing an operating budget request, the operations plan is both the first and last step. The operations plan (OP) is the first step in the budget development procedure, and it contains a plan for resource allocation. The OP may then be amended to reflect policy decisions or financial adjustments made during the budget development process.
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