Accountability and Performance Weekly – March 5-11

Performance Management
Solidifying the Foundation for Performance Management
John Kamensky, Business of Government
The next president will have an opportunity to build on the real progress agencies have made in performance management.

White House Taps Techies to Apply Federal Data to Beating Poverty
Charles Clark, Government Executive
Private software developers attend first demo of Opportunity Project.

Encouraging and Sustaining Innovation in Government for the New Administration (Part II)
Dan Chenok and Alan Howze, Business of Government
Key ideas, findings and recommendations for sustaining innovation in the new administration.

OMB: All agency acquisitions get innovation labs by May 2
Carten Cordell, Federal Times
OMB released guidance requiring the acquisition departments of all federal agencies to develop innovation labs by May.

Agencies beginning to seed roots of digital service culture change
Nicole Ogrysko, Federal News Radio
More than a year after agencies began to embed digital services teams into their organizations, some are challenging often outdated and misinterpreted federal policies to develop new customer-focused products and tools.

Open Government
6 Ideas to Help Government Realize Open Data’s Transformative Power
Jessica Mulholland, Government Technology
Government thinks open data is an add-on that boosts transparency, but it’s more than that.

Presidential Transition
Brace Yourself for the Transition Management Jumble
David Chu, Government Executive
The ranks of the departing team can thin rapidly as January 20th approaches.

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