Welcome to ASPA-CAP
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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Reorganization Three Critical Priorities In the President’s Reform Plan Matt Erskine, Government Executive As federal leaders navigate the challenging terrain ahead they should focus on these high return components. Management Smart Use of Incentives Would Support Government Reform Howard Risher, … Continue reading
Performance Management 5 Ways Agencies Can Link Program Cost, Performance and Impact Robert Shea and Tim Gribben, Government Executive The financial management, performance and evidence communities too often fail to work together effectively. On Gaining Acceptance for Performance Pay in … Continue reading
Reorganization OPM Begins Planning Its Reorganization Despite Pushback From Lawmakers Eric Katz, Government Executive Appropriations bill provisions would block unilateral efforts to reshape the Office of Personnel Management, the General Services Administration and other agencies. Moving Beyond ‘Boxology’ John Kamensky, … Continue reading
Reorganization GAO wants better data, more workforce planning for government reorg Chase Gunter, Federal Computer Week The administration’s proposed changes have the potential to save money long-term, but Congress’ investigative arm wants to make sure the plan takes previous reorg … Continue reading
Reorganization Senators Look to Give Trump Authority to Reform and Reorganize Government Eric Katz, Government Executive Even if reorganization authority is provided, Congress would still have final say on changes. The government reorganization plan: There may be a pony in … Continue reading