Accountability and Performance Weekly – January 5-11

Shutdown entering uncharted waters, with impacts on 2020 budgeting
Adam Mazmanian, Federal Computer Week
Reopening government agencies after a shutdown and picking up required activity from a full stop carries presents serious challenges, and a prolonged delay will also have an impact on future budget plans.

Bridging the 2 Worlds of Performance Improvement
Howard Risher, Governing
The private sector has long blended measurement and workforce management. Often in government that’s not the way it works.

What Federal HR Could Learn from Tennessee’s Reforms
Steve Goodrich, Government Executive
What the state has accomplished could offer lessons for civil service reform.

The Key to Modernizing the Public-Sector Workforce
Noelle Knell, Government Technology
Studies show American workers are changing jobs more frequently than ever before — government workers included. Updating the workplace for public-sector staff is just as key as any technology evolution.

DOD audit sparks new financial database
Lauren Williams, Federal Computer Week
DOD’s acting deputy secretary of defense discussed the Pentagon’s pilot database to help track spending and utilize data analytics.

Turning a Commitment to Outcomes Into Practice
Lisa Morrison Butler and Danielle Cerny, Governing
A vision for results-driven government isn’t enough. The way business is conducted needs to change.

Open Government
How the shutdown affects open data
Chase Gunter, Federal Computer Week
Developers rely on government data to build public-facing apps and services, and a lapse in appropriations can make things complicated.

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