A Guide to Data-Driven Performance Reviews

 The law says that these reviews must:

How Federal Programs Use Outcome Information: Opportunities for Federal Managers

A major purpose of the outcome information called for under the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) is that it be used by federal programs to help them improve the effectiveness of their services. It is widely recognized, however, that thus far the major thrust of agency GPRA outcome measurement efforts have been to respond to the Office of Management and Budget and Congressional requirement, not for internal service-improvement use.

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