The 2016–2018 National Invasive Species Council (NISC) Management Plan was adopted on July 11, 2016. The Plan identifies the high priority, interdepartmental actions that the Federal government and its partners can take to prevent, eradicate, and control invasive species, as well as recover ecosystems and restore other assets adversely impact by invasive species. It aligns with NISC’s unique roles and responsibilities as identified in Executive Order 13751: institutional leadership and priority setting; facilitating coordination and cost-efficiency; raising awareness and motivating high-impact action; removing barriers to the ability of Federal agencies to prevent, eradicate, and control invasive species; assessing and strengthening Federal capacities; and fostering innovative problem solving through cutting-edge advances in science, technology, and programmatic management. 

2016-2018 National Invasive Species Council Management Plan
Management Plan Report Card

Management Plan Archive

2008-2012 National Invasive Species Council Management Plan
2001 National Invasive Species Council Management Plan


Executive Orders

Executive Order 13751 · December 5, 2016 [Download as a PDF]
Executive Order 13112 · February 3, 1999 [Download as a PDF]