Accountability and Performance Update – June 14 – 20, 2021

Budgeting for More Equitable Communities

EY (Andrew Kleine)

Local and state governments are reassessing their budget processes to prioritize equity for all their constituents. 

States and Localities Should Implement Equity Compliance Measures

RouteFifty (Martin O’Malley)

As Americans increasingly demand equitable action from government officials, the ability to model, measure and map equity in real time paves the way for a new model of governing to address injustices.

States and Localities Should Strengthen Data Analytics Capacity Using Rescue Plan Funds

American Public Human Services Association

This is the fourth of a multi-part blog series that will take a detailed look at the American Rescue Plan and the ways in which we can leverage it to strengthen the resiliency of our public health and human services infrastructure, and, in turn, substantially move the needle on social and economic mobility so families succeed for the long run.

Using Targets to Improve Public Service

Institute for Government (UK)

Government targets in public services may do more harm than good.

Planning Doesn’t Have to Be the Enemy of Agile

Harvard Business Review

Agile planning helps resolve the tension between traditional planning’s focus on hard numbers, and the need for “soft data,” or human judgment

Resource of the WeekA Primer on Performance Management – a Guide for Leaders

Commonwealth Secretariat (Praja Trivedi)

Governments are complex, multi-layered organisations and, not surprisingly, government effectiveness and efficiency have many dimensions 

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