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Managing for Results: Data-Driven Performance Reviews Show Promise but Agencies Should Explore How to Involve Other Relevant Agencies
J. Christopher Mihm (au)
It is critical that government performance is managed effectively. Previous reports have shown that many federal agencies have struggled to adopt effective performance management practices. Congress took steps to improve federal performance management with the passage of the Government Performance and Results Act Modernization Act of 2010 (GPRAMA), which included a provision for agency leaders to conduct quarterly, data-driven performance reviews. This report (1) identifies practices that can promote successful data-driven performance reviews at the federal level and examines how they are being implemented at selected agencies and across the government; and (2) examines the impact of quarterly data-driven performance reviews on selected agenciesäó» progress toward high priority and other performance goals. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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