a particularly egregious and woolly phrase of politspeak –
meaning, it seems,
From now on or From then on, or In the future –
has long since made it into Serious Literature :
'After Saeed was born, the frequency with which his parents had sex
had dipped notably, and it continued to decline going forward.'
– Mohsin Hamid, Exit West, 2017.
From the same book I read with horror
that malnourished and underfed people all over the world
are watching cookery programmes on smartphones.