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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Performance Management Officials Highlight Pay for Performance, Streamlined Firing in New Management Document Erich Wagner, Government Executive Inaugural quarterly management agenda report encourages more training and support for managers, as well as efforts to improve employee engagement. Is pay for … Continue reading
Analytics/Evaluation CBP leverages tech, data sharing to fight illegal opioids Mark Rockwell, Federal Computer Week New detection technology, as well as increasing shipping data sharing with China helps in the border fight against fentanyl, according to the Customs and Border … Continue reading
President’s Management Agenda How to Respond to the President’s Management Agenda Steve Goodrich, Government Executive The author writes that agencies should take a deliberate approach to this new opportunity. Analytics/Evaluation ‘Data + Use = Value’ is the motto for new … Continue reading
President’s Management Agenda President’s Management Agenda addresses key civil service issues Jeff Neal, Federal News Radio The author writes that with some refinement and added planning, the PMA could be a roadmap for more effective management in government. Performance Management … Continue reading
President’s Management Agenda Relaunch of President’s Management Agenda Touts ‘Getting ‘er Done’ Charles Clark, Government Executive A “relaunch” of the president’s management agenda focuses on the execution of government modernization ideas. OMB details 14 cross-agency priority goals in unveiling new President’s … Continue reading