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Accountability and Performance Weekly – September 9-15

Performance Management Competent Management: Getting the Basics Right John Kamensky, Business of Government Federal agencies are currently in the midst of developing grand reform plans and four-year strategic plans to submit to OMB this week. But sometimes it is worthwhile … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – August 26-September 8

Analytics/Evaluation Commission on Evidence-Based Policy Calls for Interagency Coordination Charles Clark, Government Executive Report recommends a National Secure Data Service that would help with specific projects without compromising privacy. How Congress can get better data and also increase privacy Chase … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – August 19-25

Analytics/Evaluation Fighting the Opioid Epidemic with Evidence and Innovation Andrew Feldman, Richard Frank, and Christopher Spera, Government Executive How Congress and the Health and Human Services Department can reduce opioid-related deaths. ‘Big challenge’ ahead for procurement, grants reporting under DATA … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – August 12-18

Performance Management States Add a Human (Services) Touch to ‘Stat’ J.B. Wogan, Governing Colorado is one of the few governments to employ the data-driven approach in human services. It’s helping the state tackle major problems. Analytics/Evaluation The future of prediction … Continue reading

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Accountability and Performance Weekly – August 5-11

Performance Management GSA Updates Plan for Improving Employees’ Job Performance as Part of Reorg Strategy Charles Clark, Government Executive The General Services Administration updated its internal employee performance improvement plan to focus on “linking individual performance to organizational goals, clarifying … Continue reading

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