Social media is like looking into the window of a house. You can see what is happening, but it can be difficult to interpret. If a person inside the house is waving their arms in the air, are they are excited or angry? Similarly, with social media, the data is there, but the interpretation can be more complex.
Bipartisan legislation was introduced last year to create a board that would make recommendations to “transform” government. With public trust in government at an all-time low, is there an appetite to act?
This report is intended for an audience beyond the U.S. Intelligence Community—senior managers in government, their advisors and students of government performance who are interested in the progress of collaboration in a difficult environment.
Following the bread crumbs left by Hansel and Gretel after the passage of the fiscal year 2016 appropriations bill last month, I found five obscure provisions that have important implications for OMB and agencies in coming months.