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The plan includes goals and objectives that should be prioritized during the identified four-year timespan.

The current strategic plan builds on goals and objectives from the previous three-year strategic plan (2019-2021) that guided APTA through its centennial year.

The strategic plan is informed by member and potential member research and data.

These strategic priorities are not an exhaustive list of APTA’s goals and objectives; instead they reflect areas that require added emphasis in response to member research.

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