Accountability and Performance Weekly – April 12-25

Performance Management
10 Key Questions for Launching an Effective Government Program
Patrick Mallory, Governing
Keeping these lessons in mind can improve the chances of success for any public-sector initiative.

The Secret Sauce of Effective Progress Reviews
John Kamensky, Business of Government
Agency chief operating officers are required to conduct quarterly progress reviews on priority goals. Sometimes called “PerformanceStat” meetings, they can be effective problem-solving sessions or terrifying blame games.

Decision-Making Tools for Better Outcomes
Strategic planners can learn a model for applying specific tools to varying types of decisions.

Why Data Sharing Is the Future of Government
Ross Gianfortune, Government Executive
Communication across all levels of government will be key to accomplishing the collective mission.

3 Tips for Effective Interagency Collaboration
Clare Gallaher, Government Executive
In the territorial push for resources, sharing can be a hard sell.

The Most and Least Innovative Federal Agencies
Kellie Lunney, Government Executive
Federal employees rank NASA at the top of the list, and Homeland Security at the bottom.

Feds see innovation decline within government
Andy Medici, Federal Times
Support for innovation is declining across the government, according to a report by the Partnership for Public Service.

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