Accountability and Performance Weekly – October 27-November 2

‘Laundry list of problems’ from DoD audit driving new data systems
David Thornton, Federal News Network
DoD Comptroller David Norquist said the audit forced the department to embrace data analytics on a more granular level, and that’s enabling better decision-making.

Why data management matters
Chris Prophett, Federal Computer Week
New technologies are changing government’s approach to data and cloud — or they should be.

Interagency programs to protect financial sector from cyber attacks off to a good start
Scott Maucione, Federal News Network
Pilots involve simple combined analytics, information sharing and small scale solutions.

An Operating Model to Make Social Innovation Stick
Ann Mei Chang, Stanford Social Innovation Review
The former chief innovation officer at USAID outlines a way for social sector organizations and funders to build innovation into their DNA.

5 technologies agencies need for mission optimization
Tommy Gardner, Federal Computer Week
Making sense of the emerging technologies that promise to have a real impact.

Engagement up, happiness stagnates in 2018 survey of feds
Chase Gunter, Federal Computer Week
Employee engagement saw a slight bump in 2018 over last year, but overall employee happiness stagnated, according to the newest Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results.

The Agencies With the Biggest Gains—And Losses—in Employee Happiness
Erich Wagner, Government Executive
Education, Agriculture and some labor agencies’ satisfaction scores plummet.

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