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2010 budget request details direction administration is heading
Tags: mngt , Peter Orzsag , Barack Obama , White House , OMB , DoD , DHS , Labor , SBA , VA , Census , GAO , IRS , Jon Desenberg , Performance Institute , performance measurement , management agenda , acquisition reform , 2010 budget
A memo from OMB director Peter Orszag details three focus areas for agencies to evaluate programs around. Administration does not mention PART or GPRA in the guidance. Agencies have until Nov. 4 to ask for extra money or to evaluate certain high-priority initiatives.
Agencies aren't very clear on how to measure efficiency, in part because OMB has given inconsistent or limited guidance and technical assistance, says GAO. Bernice Steinhardt, Director of Governmentwide Management Issues for GAO, explains.
One of the top feds at the Office of Management and Budget is offering a more detailed picture of what's expected of federal workers and their agencies in the next several years.
OMB is setting up a new dashboard to measure agency performance.