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Exciting innovations are producing improved results in state and local governments across the nation. The Performance Institute recently completed an in-depth survey of government managers working in state government and
By Dave McCulloch on July 20, 2016 in Performance Management, Performance Management, Performance Management, Process Improvement, Process Improvement, Process Improvement
One of the best ways for dashboard owners to ensure dashboards get designed right by the technology department is to draw out the charts and storyboards you want for your
In April, Beth Blauer of the Johns Hopkins University Center for Government Excellence was selected to lead What Works Cities, a new $42 million, three-year initiative launched by Bloomberg
The Performance Institute was chosen to design, facilitate and assist in developing the strategic plan for a $20 million National Science Foundation grant to South Carolina, the largest competitive award the foundation has ever granted in that state.
The Obama Administration has taken another step to differentiate itself from past administrations’, in a June 11 memorandum, OMB Direct Peter Orszag directed agencies to set their own performance framework.
The Performance Institute’s Senior Policy Director, Jon Desenberg, joined Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., in a breakfast panel to discuss the future of the federal workforce.
The Obama administration has outlined its management agenda based on six themes aimed at “building a high-performing government,” the analytical perspectives volume of the fiscal 2010 budget stated.
By Performance Institute on May 1, 2009 in Landing Page, Performance Management, Process Improvement, Webinar Recordings
The American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) calls for more than $700 billion in federal funds to be distributed to all levels of government. Unprecedented levels of transparency and accountability are required to connect spending to outcomes. How will you meet the strict requirements for monitoring, measuring and reporting on how your fundshave been allocated? Find out in this webinar.
By Performance Institute on April 8, 2009 in Landing Page, Performance Management, Process Improvement, Webinar Recordings
This webinar will address the following: Methods to Recruit Retirees and Experienced Government Workers; Methods to Recruit, Engage and Satisfy New, Entry-Level Employees; Methods to Enhance Diversity Recruiting. "Staffing Up: Innovative Recruitment Strategies to Fill Critical Roles in the Federal Government" is presented by The Performance Institute with generous support from The Washington Post.
By Performance Institute on April 1, 2009 in Landing Page, Performance Management, Process Improvement, Webinar Recordings
This archived webinar will address: The state of process improvement in government; The renewed call for streamlining and efficiency; The "business case" for process improvement. "The Critical Need for Improving Process Efficiency in Government" is presented by Performance Institute's Senior Fellows Blossom Tande and Fred Ackerman.
The Department of State has developed the Franklin Fellows Program to give insight, opinions, alternatives and recommendations in a variety of foreign policy areas. Learn more about this innovative program.
By Performance Institute on March 12, 2009 in Financial Management, Performance Management, Weekly Transition Report
Most of us work hard for our money and we like to know exactly where it’s going. If we think we have $100 unaccounted for in our bank balances, we’re going to find out where it went. Imagine losing $787…
The stimulus bill had a provision that contracts awarded to government contractors receiving stimulus funds had to posted online. However, in a major concession to contractors, the final bill requires
The $410 billion federal spending bill is likely to win approval when it comes to a Senate vote later this week. The measure will keep the government from running out
By Performance Institute on March 5, 2009 in Financial Management, Performance Management, Weekly Transition Report, Workforce Management
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geitner has been tasked with many duties, including disseminating stimulus money. With so many tasks assigned to the Department, it is surprising that the Treasury is operating with barely any employees
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