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Accountability and Performance Weekly – April 6-12

Management OPM prods agencies on program management goals Federal Computer Week OPM rolled out its guide for program and project management competencies to help agency managers to build a program management workforce. Performance-based pay might work, but don’t count on … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – March 30-April 5

Management Is Pay for Performance as Bad As the Critics Contend? Howard Risher, Government Executive Employees have any number of other reasons for stress at work. Five myths of change management Juli Dixon, Ben Marglin, Andrew Mason, Federal Computer Week … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – March 23-29

Management Thoughts on the President’s Management Agenda: Kudos… With a Caution Stan Soloway, Government Executive The PMA doesn’t provide adequate guidance on one of the most important levers available to the government to improve performance: acquisition. Creating a 21st Century … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – March 16-22

Analytics/Evaluation Tech officials huddle to implement new data laws Mark Rockwell, Federal Computer Week Agency tech officials meet with the Office of Management and Budget to decide how new data laws fit into their efforts under the President’s Management Agenda. Can agencies … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – March 9-15

Performance Management How Data Can Drive Performance for Social Services John Kamensky, Governing A Colorado agency is using the approach in an unusual way: to orchestrate the efforts of service-delivery partners. Analytics/Evaluation Labor Department Creates Chief Data Officer Position Frank … Continue reading

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