David George Frederickson

David G. Frederickson is a Public Affairs Doctoral candidate at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), with concentrations in public finance and public management. Mr. Frederickson is a graduate of Brigham Young University (1992, B.A. in political science) and of George Mason University (1995, Master of Public Administration). Mr. Frederickson has taught courses in statistics/research methods, organizational behavior, and program evaluation.

The Potential of the Government Performance and Results Act as a Tool to Manage Third-Party Government

In 1993, Congress passed the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) which mandated federal agencies to develop strategic and performance plans. This report evaluates the implementation of GPRA across five federal health care agencies. The results is an analysis of how different policy tools in the different agencies effect performance goals, the way each does its respective business, and the connection between performance measures and program activity. Managing for Performance and Results

Doctoral Program
Indiana University
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David G. Frederickson is a Public Affairs Doctoral candidate at the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA), with concentrations in public finance and public management. Mr. Frederickson is a graduate of Brigham Young University (1992, B.A. in political science) and of George Mason University (1995, Master of Public Administration). Mr. Frederickson has taught courses in statistics/research methods, organizational behavior, and program evaluation. He has published in the areas of public sector reform efforts, public sector change management, and pay for performance. His current research is on the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) and principal-agent relationships between federal agencies and third parties.

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