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Welcome to the Center for Accountability and Performance website! CAP aims to improve the practice of public service by helping Public Administration and Nonprofit professionals acquire the knowledge, technical skills and resources necessary to successfully manage for results. CAP achieves its mission through education, training, advocacy, technical assistance, resource sharing, and research into best practices in Performance Management.
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Analytics/Evaluation OMB’s Weichert: Government ‘paralyzed by the embarrassment of data’ it cannot use Jory Heckman, Federal News Radio After President Trump named her the acting director of OPM, Margaret Weichert, also the Office of Management and Budget’s deputy director for … Continue reading
Analytics/Evaluation How Agencies Can Make the Most of Their Data John Kamensky, Government Executive Government likes to tackle challenges by designating new management chiefs: The latest to join the C-suite is the chief data officer. Collaboration Sustaining Collaborative Action Paul … Continue reading
Reorganization Senate Panel Advances Measure to Give Trump Reorganization Authority, With Caveats Eric Katz, Government Executive A Senate committee on Wednesday advanced a measure to ease the process for President Trump to reorganize the federal government, but lawmakers included a … Continue reading
Reorganization Bill authorizing government reorganization now has a House companion Nicole Ogrysko, Federal News Radio The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is expected to take up legislation authorizing a government reorganization. Performance Management Metrics Are for Playmakers Howard … Continue reading
Reorganization Congress Begins Formally Blocking Trump’s Government Reorganization Plan Eric Katz, Government Executive Many of the 32 proposals the White House issued in June have received bipartisan pushback, but the spending package marks the first effort legislators have taken to … Continue reading