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President Barack Obama says agency performance is one of his top two priorities. The Office of Management and Budget is already preparing an award system for customer service. The Office of Personnel Management is building a new interactive dashboard to streamline hiring systems. But the President says agencies can still do more. Tom Shoop, editor in chief at Government Executive, tells In Depth with Francis Rose about a recent cabinet meeting where the President reinforced his performance goals for the executive branch.
When it comes to getting better results out of federal programs, the Office of Management and Budget says it's all well and good to measure past performance, but it's time to start pivoting from a focus on short term goals to implementing lasting improvements. To do that, OMB is telling agencies to put their energy into a new regime of "strategic reviews" in response to the 2010 Government Performance And Results Act Modernization Act. Tom Shoop, editor in chief at Government Executive magazine, writes about the direction OMB is pushing agencies. He tells In Depth with Francis Rose about three parts of the implementation process.
A huge element is missing this year from the Presidential Rank Awards. Tom Shoop, editor in chief at Goverment Executive magazine, tells In Depth with Francis Rose how this year's awards are different this time around.
The scandal at the Department of Veterans Affairs is another chink in the armor of public opinion about the federal government. And the public anger about the scandal may mean your agency gets even less room to make mistakes than it has now. Tom Shoop, editor in chief of Government Executive Magazine, joins In Depth with Francis Rose.
One of the highlights of this year's Public Service Recognition Week is a town hall meeting that features cabinet secretaries. Yesterday, they offered analysis on why employee morale is low across the federal government. Tom Shoop, editor in chief at Government Executive magazine, is writing about that event and what the cabinet secretaries said about specific workforce issues at their departments. He talks to In Depth with Francis Rose about the White House offering a political olive branch to the federal workforce.
Sylvia Mathews Burwell is already on track to become the next Secretary of Health and Human Services. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) says he'll vote to confirm her and we've seen no reports of anyone who will oppose her nomination. Tom Shoop, editor in chief at Government Executive magazine, offers his take on In Depth with Francis Rose.
Senate-passed annual authorization bill for DoD would require a 5 percent cut in non-uniformed employees. Chief management officers from two military services say mathematical cuts to a workforce that's "under siege" would be unwise.
GovExec's Tom Shoop has an update from the 2011 Executive Leadership Conference on discussion centered on the popular catchphrase.
DoD is examining how to keep servicemembers' "fires lit" once the military services transition to a mostly peacetime status. Gen. Martin Dempsey said some units will be aligned with a particular region of the world. DoD also will take advantage of advancements in technology to help with training.
Tom Shoop, the editor-in-chief of Government Executive, joined In Depth with Francis Rose to discuss the size of the federal workforce and where, geographically, the workforce is situated.