Accountability and Performance Weekly – February 23-March 1

OPM wants agencies to start gameplanning the modern workforce
Carten Cordell, FedScoop
Acting OPM director Margaret Weichert directed federal agencies to start thinking about the future of work in this year’s Human Capital Reports.

OPM Wants Agencies to Show Their Work on Management Agenda Tech and Data Goals
Aaron Boyd, Nextgov
Annual human capital reviews are coming and agencies have to show progress meeting the administration’s workforce, tech and data priorities.

Agencies In the Dark About Performance of Their Grants, Survey Shows
Charles Clark, Government Executive
Funding uncertainty, administrative burden on recipients continue as challenges.

Open Government
For government to capitalize on its data, officials say it should be user-friendly
Carten Cordell, FedScoop
Recent laws have strengthened the government’s data transparency, but the true utility of agencies’ information lies in its ability to be shared and used.

White House hints at Federal Data Strategy, OPEN Govt Data Act, in open-government strategy
Jory Heckman, Federal News Network
The Trump administration released its first — but the U.S. government’s fourth — National Action Plan for Open Government.

New open government plan doubles down on old priorities
Jessie Bur, Federal Times
The Trump administration’s first official open government policy includes eight primary initiatives to increase federal transparency.

Where Are the Stories About Government’s Vital Work?
John Kamensky, Government Executive
Agencies need to do a better job of explaining what they do and why it matters.

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