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A new commission, proposed by David Walker, former U.S. comptroller general, would recommend ways to streamline government by removing duplication and extraneous spending from government agencies. Federal-employee unions criticized the proposal and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee lawmakers expressed skepticism that such a proposal could gain congressional approval.
Tags: management , budget , oversight , Congress , best practices , House Oversight and Government Reform Committee , John Mica , Carolyn Maloney , David Walker , Elaine Kamarck , J. David Cox , Government Transformation Initiative , AFGE , Reinventing Government
On the In Depth show blog, you can listen to our interviews, find more information about the guests on the show each day, as well as links to other stories and resources we discuss.
April 18th and April 20th, 2011
Under Dr. Childs' leadership, the college has become the international leader in providing graduate-level educational services and learning experiences.
Creating a City government for the 21st Century that is smaller, more efficient, and more cost effective
April 11th and 13th, 2011
Deputy Mayor Goldsmith is focused on creating a City government for the 21st Century that is smaller, more efficient, and more cost effective; uses fewer vehicles; consolidates back office functions and reduces redundancies across agencies; shares data, and uses technology to better serve the public.
Stephen Goldmith, the deputy mayor of New York City, writes in Governing Magazine that the "cocoon of rules" designed to protect workers also kills worker initiative to find creative ways to increase productivity.