Accountability and Performance Weekly – February 15-21

The President’s Management Agenda: A Work in Progress Two Decades On
Dan Chenok, Government Executive
A look back at the creation of the first PMA and the lessons for leaders today.

Administration Seeks New Performance Carrots and Sticks
The Trump administration wants new incentives and disincentives for job performance for federal employees, all of which would require changes in law and most of which have been proposed unsuccessfully in the past.

OMB’s Weichert leaving for the private sector
Jason Miller and Nicole Ogrysko, Federal News Network
Margaret Weichert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget, is leaving government for consulting.

Open Government
How Agencies Could Incentivize Private Sector Investment in Their Missions
Dan Chenok and John Marshall, Government Executive
The gap between public sector demands and resources could be alleviated though greater leverage of private sector investment, technology, and expertise.

Can access to results from federal research projects be improved?
Andrew Eversdem, Federal Times
The White House Office of Science and Technology wants input on how it can improve public access to peer-reviewed, scholarly work completed with federal funds.

Open Data and Data Governance
It’s a Data Jungle Out There
Isaac Constans, GovLoop
Agencies might want to take the data problem head-on, but with so much data and so few dedicated staffers, where can they begin?

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