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A Dismal GAO Assessment – But a Ray of Hope

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017 - 9:45
But there was a ray of hope embedded in GAO’s report.  The opening section assesses agencies’ progress in working together across organizational boundaries, noting “Many of the meaningful results that the federal government seeks to achieve . . .

Cross-Agency Collaboration: A Case Study of Cross-Agency Priority Goals

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017 - 9:30
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Congress granted the executive branch the authority to establish and implement cross-agency initiatives, via the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Modernization Act of 2010. That law, among other things, requires the Office of Management and Budget to designate “Cross-Agency Priority Goals” for a small handful of mission-support and mission-related areas, covering a four-year period, along with the designation of a goal leader and the requirement for quarterly progress reports.

John Kamensky

Monday, February 13th, 2017 - 13:05
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John Kamensky, IBM Center Senior Fellow joins host Michael Keegan to explore the progress of a select group of federal Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) goals. How has the Category Management Cross-Agency Priority goal progressed? What’s happened with the Infrastructure Permitting Modernization Cross-Agency Priority goal? What progress has been achieved as a result of the Shared Service Cross-Agency Priority goal? This week on The Business of Government Hour.
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Mon, 02/13/2017
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John Kamensky, IBM Center Senior Fellow joins host Michael Keegan to explore the progress of a select group of federal Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) goals. How has the Category Management Cross-Agency Priority goal progressed? What’s happened with the Infrastructure Permitting Modernization Cross-Agency Priority goal? What progress has been achieved as a result of the Shared Service Cross-Agency Priority goal? This week on The Business of Government Hour.

Philip Joyce

Sunday, March 28th, 2010 - 12:50
Philip Joyce is Professor of Management, Finance and Leadership in the Maryland School of Public Policy. Professor Joyce’s teaching and research interests include public budgeting, performance measurement, and intergovernmental relations. He is the author of The Congressional Budget Office: Honest Numbers, Power, and Policymaking (Georgetown University Press, 2011), and coauthor of two books—Government Performance: Why Management Matters (Johns Hopkins, 2003) and Public Budgeting Systems, 9th Edition (Jones and Bartlett, 2013) .