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Accountability and Performance Weekly – May 20-26

Performance Management HR’s Crucial Role in Boosting Government’s Performance Howard Risher, Governing HR is the logical home for people-management expertise. We need to re-define its function. Analytics/Evaluation Trump Budget’s Blessing of Program Evidence Could Cut Two Ways Charles Clark, Government Executive … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – May 13-19

Performance Management Government’s unending saga of management reform Alan Balutis, Federal Computer Week The problem with President Trump’s management agenda is not its particulars — it’s that we’ve been talking about the same changes for decades. Analytics/Evaluation How Government Can … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – May 6-12

Analytics/Evaluation New spending site debuts Sara Friedman, Federal Computer Week The Treasury released on the new beta version of USASpending.gov, designed to show off the financial information collected and disseminated under the DATA Act. The power of the DATA Act begins … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – April 29-May 5

Performance Management OMB’s Biggest Challenge Howard Risher, Government Executive Government does not have the systems in place today to identify the best performers or rationalize staffing. Analytics/Evaluation DATA Act advocates reflect on three years of planning, partnerships, predictions for future … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – April 22-28

Reorganization GAO List of Duplicative Programs to Piggyback on Trump Efficiency Effort Charles Clark, Government Executive Congress’ watchdog released its seventh annual inventory of duplicative or fragmented programs with a nod toward the reorganization effort announced by the Trump White … Continue reading

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