The strategic plan required under subsection (d) may identify any issues or proposals that have not yet been resolved by the Commission.
22 U.S. Code § 6433a. Strategic plan
(a) DefinitionsIn this section:
(1) Appropriate congressional committeesThe term “appropriate congressional committees” means—
(b) Strategic policy and organizational review planning processNot later than 60 days after October 16, 2015, and not less frequently than biennially thereafter, the Chair and Vice Chair of the Commission, in coordination with the Commissioners, the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, Commission staff, and others jointly selected by the Chair and Vice Chair, shall carry out a strategic policy and organizational review planning process that includes—
the preparation of a written description of prioritized actions that the Commission is required to complete to fulfill the strategic plan required under subsection (d);
a review of the personnel policies set forth in section 6432b of this title and any required changes to such policies.
(c) Unanimous agreement
(1) In generalTo the greatest extent possible, the Chair, Vice Chair, and all of the Commissioners shall ensure that this section is implemented in a manner that results in unanimous agreement among the Commissioners with regard to—
the strategic policy and organizational review planning process required under subsection (b); and
(2) Alternative approval processIf unanimous agreement under paragraph (1) is not possible, items for inclusion in the strategic plan may, at the joint discretion of the Chair and Vice Chair, be approved by an affirmative vote of—
a majority of Commissioners appointed by an elected official from the political party of the President; and
a majority of Commissioners appointed by an elected official from the political party that is not the party of the President.
(d) Submission of strategic planNot later than 180 days after October 16, 2015, and not less frequently than biennially thereafter, the Chair and Vice Chair of the Commission shall jointly submit, to the appropriate congressional committees, a written strategic plan that includes—
a description of any changes the Commission considers necessary with regard to personnel matters; and
the Commission’s funding requirements for the period covered by the strategic plan.
(e) Pending issues
(f) Implementation of personnel provisions and annual report
(g) Congressional oversightUpon request, the Commission shall—
make available for inspection any information and documents requested by the appropriate congressional committees; and
respond to any requests to provide testimony before the appropriate congressional committees.