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Government Performance: Lessons Learned for the Next Administration on Using Performance Information to Improve Results: Congressional Testimony
Over the past 15 years, legislative and executive

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By Bernice Steinhardt (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 28
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437908543

Over the past 15 years, legislative and executive branch reform efforts have attempted to shift the focus of fed. govít. mgmt. from a preoccupation with activities to the results or outcomes of those activities. There has been a transformation in the capacity of the fed. govít. to manage for results, including an infrastructure of outcome-oriented strategic plans, performance measures, and accountability reporting that provides a solid foundation for improving the performance of fed. programs. This testimony looks at: (1) trends in fed. managersí use of performance info. (PI) to manage, both governmentwide and at the agency level; (2) how agencies can encourage greater use of PI to improve results; and (3) lessons learned from prior mgmt. reforms for the next admin.

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