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Accountability and Performance Weekly – August 10-16

Analytics/Evidence The Opportunity Agencies Should Seize Andrew Feldman, Government Executive Federal agencies are now required to produce learning agendas. Here’s how to make them useful. Collaboration Better Collaboration Tools Need Better Security Joe Lazzaro, Nextgov Building new technology on a … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – August 3-9

Management State Department Reforms Have Been Hindered by Changes in Staff and Priorities, Watchdog Finds Courtney Buble, Government Executive One initiative is complete, 13 are ongoing, two were stalled and one was terminated, GAO says. Analytics/Evidence Agencies are now required … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – July 27-August 2

Performance and Management Why’s It So Hard to Ax Bad Government Programs? Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene, Governing Performance data hasn’t worked out the way it was intended. What ever happened to CyberStat? Derek Johnson, Federal Computer Week Government auditors … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – July 13-26

Analytics/Evidence OMB Moving Ahead to Steer Agencies on Evidence-Based Policymaking Charles Clark, Government Executive Acting budget chief’s memo sets up three-year timeline, interagency council. The new way data will be managed in federal agencies Andrew Eversden, Federal Times New Office … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – June 29-July 12

Analytics/Evidence Evidence-based decision making: What DOE, USDA and others are learning Wyatt Kash, FedScoop Evidence-based decision making is gaining traction at agencies, a new report says, and there are some clear lessons about how to increase federal use of the … Continue reading

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