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Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 9-15

Performance Management Government Already Has a Blueprint for Implementing Pay For Performance Howard Risher, Government Executive The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency offers a success story. Analytics/Evaluation Could Pay for Success Help Make Bail Reform a Reality? Gloria Gong, Governing The funding … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 2-8

Performance Management Better Training Is Essential for Performance Management Howard Risher, Government Executive It’s not enough to identify and promote those with the promise to be effective supervisors—you also have to support them. Collaboration Why Collaborations Fail Jon Huggett, Stanford … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – May 26-June 1

President’s Management Agenda Why the President’s Management Agenda Is Different From Previous Plans Dave Mader, Government Executive A former federal executive and veteran of previous reform initiatives believes the current agenda has staying power. Analytics/Evaluation What Networked CDOs Can Bring … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – May 19-25

Analytics/Evaluation OMB Wants To Strengthen a Learning Culture in Government Andrew Feldman and Nick Hart, Government Executive Learning agendas help agencies set priorities for studies that government needs for future decisions. Customer Service Top OMB official: Agencies need to untangle … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – May 5-18

Customer Service Better Government Websites Build Trust with Citizens, Silicon Valley Lawmaker Says Jack Corrigan, Nextgov Rep. Ro Khanna’s customer-experience focused bill would require agencies to go all digital by 2020. Innovation Data Is Improving Government Services, But at What … Continue reading

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