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Managing for Results: Regulatory Agencies Identified Significant Barriers to Focusing on Results
Managing for Results: Regulatory Agencies Identified Significant Barriers to Focusing on Results
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 1997
Pages: 89
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788149148

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Curtis Copeland, Susan Ragland, Steven Lozano, & Thomas Beall. In 1993, the Government Performance & Results Act was enacted to improve the efficiency & effectiveness of federal programs  by establishing a system to set goals for performance & to measure results. In a 1995 memorandum, the President specifically directed the heads of regulatory agencies to change the way they measure the performance of their agencies & staff so as to focus on results. This report describes the status of the attempts of five agencies -- the FDA, FCC, IRS, OSHA, & EPA -- to focus on results. Examines what has assisted or impeded these attempts.

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