The CFPB’s 2015 Fiscal Report touted the agency’s achievements over the past year with a reported grade of 100% on the 12 metrics available prior to publication. However, the bureau’s strategic plan called for a complete analysis of 28 performance measures; the remaining 16 metrics were not detailed.

In the Nov. 16 report, the CFPB explained the remaining performance measures were unavailable in time for publication, but said it expected the results to be available for release in 2016. Some performance measures not included in the report pertained to the agency’s budget, including full time equivalent employee goals. Additionally, the bureau is slated to provide a five-year assessment of the agency’s rules, but the first assessment is not due until 2018.

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