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Accountability and Performance Weekly – July 15-21

Performance Management How to Avoid Four Fatal Flaws When Designing Your Government Performance Management System Prajapati Trivedi, Business of Government Most performance management systems suffer from serious conceptual flaws that have regularly proven to be fatal. New Law Aims To … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – July 8-14

Analytics/Evaluation DATA Act: Agile’s First Governmentwide Win Heather Kuldell, Nextgov Governmentwide projects are particularly complicated, but here’s one that ends on time and under budget. What’s coming in Data.gov’s next revamp Adam Mazmanian, Federal Computer Week Contracting documents indicate more … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 24-July 7

Performance Management Agencies Could Learn a Lot From Tennessee’s Shift to Pay for Performance Howard Risher, Government Executive The state’s civil service reform efforts offer many lessons for the federal government. Analytics/Evaluation Is the Data Act proving out? Mark Rockwell, … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 17-23

Reorganization Senators: Reorg plans must balance workforce cuts against mission success Chase Gunter, Federal Computer Week Agencies expect to hit the first deadline set by the White House’s plan to restructure government and reduce the size of the workforce, but … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 10-16

Reorganization Agencies Promise Efficiencies, but Not Workforce Cuts in Reorganization Plans Eric Katz, Government Executive Leaders say they are gatherings thousands of reform proposals from the rank and file. White House Denies that Trump Vacancies Impair Agency Reforms Charles Clark, … Continue reading

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