Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Since we can't have real privacy online (and probably wouldn't want it anyway), let's at least have some control over our information.
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Monday, July 19, 2010
Have you ever been to a presentation on leadership and said to yourself, “Why isn’t my boss here to listen to this?” I’m sure that was the minds of a roomful of EPA employees at a recent seminar called “Getting Change Right,” by author Seth Kahan.
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Thursday, July 15, 2010
Does crowdsourcing government reform innovations work? Obama tried it in his first year on office with mixed results. The new Coalition Government in Britain launched a pair of crowdsourcing sites. Are they doing any better?
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
The Senate Government Performance Taskforce held a field hearing on Performance-Stat systems in Annapolis, MD, with Governor Martin O'Malley as the lead witness. They explored how these systems might be applied in the federal government.
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Thursday, July 8, 2010
Are you addicted to performance management readings? There’s a new book out that you might want to stash in your beach bag.
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Wednesday, July 7, 2010
OMB chief performance officer Jeff Zients has periodically said he wants to create a “performance management framework” for the federal government. Some are asking where is the framework? Others are asking do we really need a framework?
Tuesday, July 6, 2010
With the issuance of Executive Order 13514 on federal sustainability, the Obama administration has called upon the federal government to lead by example: making its operations more sustainable, responsible, and efficient.
Friday, July 2, 2010
A Federal Highway Administration international “scanning” team has identified a large number of important performance management lessons from mature systems in Australia, Great Britain, New Zealand and Sweden.
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Friday, July 2, 2010
New ideas are the lifeblood of every organization. But getting action on those ideas isn’t always easy. The Center for American Progress has released a pair of reports that address these issues, and offer both case studies and concrete suggestions on how
Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Should government Web sites move from a need-to-know posture on sharing visitors' data to a need-to-share posture?

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Center Blog Series

The Center maintains several blog series written by our Fellows and those in academia and the nonprofit world.  Our blog series include:

Tax Modernization Series by Peggy Bogadi, Florian Breger, and Sharon Moore

Agile Government, Why Now by Angela Evans

Improving Outcomes in Government through Data and Intelligent Automation by The IBM Center for The Business of Government and the Partnership for Public Service

Distance Work in the Time of COVID by John Kamensky

Community Resilience and Reshaping Government during COVID by Donald F. Kettl

Managing Risk in the Public Sector by Dan Chenok and Michael J. Keegan

Business of Government Stories (the people behind the management evolution) by Dan Chenok, John Kamensky, and guest authors

State and Local Government Best Practices by Katherine Barrett and Richard Greene

Government Performance Management - a video series by Praja Trivedi