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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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The Center for Accountability and Performance (CAP) Presents its Annual Awards in a First-Ever Virtual Awards Ceremony on Thursday, July 23, at 2pm EDT (Detailed Award Information Below)
The Center for Accountability and Performance (CAP) Annual Awards for 2020: THE HARRY HATRY DISTINGUISHED PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE AWARD This year’s Harry Hatry Award is presented to an individual whose outstanding teaching, education, training, and consultation in performance management has made a … Continue reading
Management Building Trust in Government One Problem at a Time Don Kettl and Anne Khademian, Government Executive Restoring trust in government starts with getting government service right—one local problem at a time, one public administrator at a time. Collaboration inside government … Continue reading
Management USDA to switch to ‘pass-fail’ performance management system, new awards policy this fall Nicole Ogrysko, Federal News Network The goal will free up time and resources for agency managers and supervisors to recognize top performance, said Stephen Censky, USDA’s deputy … Continue reading
Management GAO Sees Progress but More Opportunity for Improving Efficiency FEDweek Federal agencies have made substantial progress toward addressing fragmentation, duplication and overlap in their programs, GAO has said, although its latest annual report also cites 18 new areas where … Continue reading
Open Data, Analytics, & Data Governance Federal Data Strategy team extends target dates, prioritizes coronavirus response data Dave Nyczepir, FedScoop The Federal Data Strategy team is extending target dates in its 2020 action plan as agencies focus on “mission-critical” activities and minimize face-to-face interactions in response to … Continue reading