For the second consecutive year, The Performance Institute (PI) is joining AGA to bring together professionals from the performance and financial community for the annual Government Performance Summit in Washington D.C. This year’s theme, “Putting Performance to Work,” emphasizes the effort of professionals in all levels of government and in the private sector who use performance information in critical organizational processes such as budgeting, resource allocation, employee motivation, contracting, and improving services.
Registration is now open for the two-day summit set to take place on May 4 and 5 at the Marriott Metro Center, Washington D.C. This year’s event presents financial and performance professionals with hands-on workshops on improving program effectiveness and updates regarding the newest innovations in grants, budgeting, performance, finance, and more.
“Today’s performance and financial managers recognize the impact that the use of performance information can have on planning and day-to-day operations. With this event, we will highlight programs and organizations that are improving missions through the use of performance information and the tools they are using to achieve their goals,” explains Diane Denholm, PI’s Executive Director.
“We are looking forward to working once again with PI,” says Ann M. Ebberts, AGA Chief Executive Officer. “GPS takes financial and performance professionals beyond traditional approaches to new and inventive strategies that not only monitor goals, but use performance information to drive mission success.”
Be sure to learn more at http://www.governmentperformance.org.