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Accountability and Performance Weekly – October 5-11

Management A Quiet Legacy: The Bush Management Agenda Continues to Impact Government Robert Shea and Danny Werfel, Government Executive Management reform should be nonpartisan, and it’s important to keep moving the goal post. Agencies get even more performance management, disciplinary … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – September 28-October 4

Analytics/Evaluation ‘How do we do better?’ Chief data officers see hiring challenges persist Jory Heckman, Federal News Network Chief data officers face a long road ahead, not just getting their agencies to adopt the culture change of data-driven government, but … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – September 21-27

Analytics/Evaluation Why Your Agency Should Have an Evaluation Policy Now Andrew Feldman, Government Executive It’s necessary to comply with the Evidence Act, but it also provides a critical foundation for making the most out of the new law. Performance Management … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – September 14-20

Analytics/Evaluation Army’s forthcoming data strategy comes with new standards, ‘ruthless’ enforcement Jared Serbu, Federal News Network Once the Army’s new data strategy is officially released, it will come with specific orders telling Army components to adhere to common data standards. … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – September 7-13

Analytics/Evaluation How a new federal strategy will help government fuel its mission Andrew Eversden, Federal Times The way government operates is changing in a world that is driven by data. Management Weichert: Agencies Should Include Experts in Hiring Process Erich … Continue reading

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