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Accountability and Performance Weekly – January 12-18

Management How the 2019 shutdown could impact a ‘whole generation of workers’ Jessie Bur, Federal Times The lengthy, partial government shutdown will likely have negative impacts on both recruiting and retention afforts at agencies and contractors. Navy starts small with … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – January 5-11

Management Shutdown entering uncharted waters, with impacts on 2020 budgeting Adam Mazmanian, Federal Computer Week Reopening government agencies after a shutdown and picking up required activity from a full stop carries presents serious challenges, and a prolonged delay will also … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – December 15-January 4

Management A Shutdown Would Have More Negative Effects than You Might Think William G. Resh and Susannah Bruns Ali, Government Executive The budget impasse threatens our future capacity to govern. Shutdown ‘perfectly timed to prevent people from joining. government’ Chase … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – December 8-14

Management How to Create a Culture of Fairness in Government Stewart Liff, Government Executive The Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey shows that some agencies have a lot of work to do. Trump administration to focus on fewer workforce initiatives with more … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – December 1-7

Analytics/Evaluation The Missing Piece in OMB’s Push for High-Value Government Andrew Feldman and Kathy Stack, Government Executive The administration should seize the opportunity to catalyze high-value work at all levels of government. Why Taking a Step Back From Social Impact … Continue reading

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