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The Challenge of Developing Cross-Agency Measures: A Case Study of the Office of National Drug Control Policy

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
This report presents a case-study of the Office of National Drug Control Policy’s development and implementation of a performance measures system. The study examines how the agency moved to a system of accountability linked to program resources and offers insight into the challenge of holding agencies accountable for programs that cut across organizational lines. Managing for Performance and Results

Restoring Trust in Government: The Potential of Digital Citizen Participation

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
Three case studies illustrate how government organizations are now using technology to enhance citizen participation. The report addresses a fundamental challenge of government in the digital age: How can individuals engage in a two-way dialogue on public issues without relying on interest groups or other intermediaries? Technology has created new tools for allowing citizens to more meaningfully participate in a dialogue with their fellow citizens and their government.

Rethinking U.S. Environmental Protection Policy: Management Challenges for a New Administration

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
This report assesses the current command-and-control approaches to federal environmental management. In addition, the study examines the forces driving corporations to integrate environmental management into their overall business strategies and provides recommendations for revising public environmental management policy. The report also examines the role of EPA in the next administration to leverage the potential of private sector environmental management practices.Green

Advancing High End Computing: Linking to National Goals

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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The report discusses the critical importance of high end computing (HEC) to science, engineering and the overall research and development system of the nation, as well as the role of policy-makers in ensuring HEC’s continued advancement. Professors Rogers and Bozeman address the importance of high end computing as a tool for achieving national goals and the application needs of the scientific, research and business community. Innovation

Public-Private Strategic Partnerships: The U.S. Postal Service-Federal Express Alliance

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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In recent years, postal services around the world have been transformed, adopting private sector operational modes and efficiencies. Services have acquired for-profit firms in delivery, logistics and freight forwarding, or established strategic alliances with them. This project reviews government and for profit postal operation alliances around the world to identify the best practices to guide future alliances. usps, postal service, federal express, Collaboration: Networks and Partnerships

Government Reorganization: Strategies and Tools to Get It Done

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This report provides various approaches to how government can undertake reorganization initiatives. It identifies four historical driving forces for reorganizations: to make government work better, to save money, to enhance power, and to address pressing problems. The report then examines four principal reorganization strategies that policy makers have used in the past: commissions, presidential reorganization authority, executive-branch reorganization staff, and congressional initiatives.

Managing "Big Science:" A Case Study of the Human Genome Project

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This report reviews the history of management of the National Human Genome Project at the National Institutes of Health, the federal government's largest science project since the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Apollo Project. The Human Genome Project involved scientists around the world "working around the clock" for over 15 years. The study focuses on Project Director Francis Collins, who has overseen the successful completion of several of the Genome Project's goals.

Measuring the Performance in E-Government

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This project proposes to find and track current government use of performance measures for monitoring e-government performance at the local, state and federal levels. This information can then be used by other jurisdictions to aid in their own performance measurement efforts-- to the benefit of all e-government activities. minnesota, mississippi, texas, virginia Technology and E-Government

A Vision of the Government as a World-Class Buyer: Major Procurement Issues for the Coming Decade

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
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This report includes an analysis of the key issues facing government procurement and the steps that must be taken to address those issues. The study describes a "vision" of the government's procurement process at the end of the decade and how to efficiently and effectively transition to this "vision." Contracting

Digitally Integrating the Government Supply Chain: E-Procurment, E-Finance, and E-Logistics

Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 14:00
This project represents a year long partnership between the IBM Endowment for the Business of Government and the University of Maryland School of Public Affairs' Center for Public Policy and Private Enterprise. The Center, under the direction of Dr. Jacques Gansler, hosted a series of three Leader Forums at the Aspen Institute's Wye River Conference Centers, held over a 12-month period. The forums brought together government and business leaders to examine how the federal government could "digitally integrate" its supply chain.