The federal government has been moving a long time toward a more results-oriented, performance-based mission approach—developing a strategic plan, setting clear objectives, defining necessary resources, precisely assessing progress, and accurate results measurement.
The goal has been establishing a clear connection between agency priorities, strategic goals, and operational plans. The Office of Management and Budget, over several administrations, has led various management initiatives while developing all manner of guidance, tools, and resources for governmental use in reaching these goals. The President’s Management Agenda is built on four pillars:
- Effective delivery of world-class service;
- Efficiency-enhancing productivity and cost savings;
- Economic growth–opening data and research that spurs innovation, entrepreneurship, and economic growth; and
- Unlocking the full potential of the federal workforce.
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