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Department of Energy: Better Information Needed to Determine If Nonmajor Projects Meet Performance Targets
David C. Trimble (au)
As of Feb. 2011, the Dept. of Energy劌製 (DOE劌製) Office of Environmental Mngt. (EM) and Nat. Nuclear Security Admin. (NNSA) remained on GAO劌製 high-risk list for contracting and project management. These two offices manage numerous construction and cleanup projects that each cost less than $750 million and are called nonmajor projects. DOE requires its program offices to establish performance targets for the expected scope, cost, and completion date of each project before starting construction or cleanup. GAO has encouraged federal agencies to use strategic workforce planning to help them meet present and future mission requirements. Two key elements of workforce planning are to identify mission-critical occupations and skills and any current and future shortfalls in these areas. This report examines the (1) extent to which EM and NNSA nonmajor projects have met their scope, cost, and completion date targets; (2) factors affecting EM劌製 and NNSA劌製 management of nonmajor projects; and (3) extent to which EM劌製 workforce plans identify mission-critical occupations and skills and any current and future shortfalls in these areas. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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