U.S. Office of Management and Budget
The PMA has established dozens of success metrics to monitor progress. These quarterly updates show accomplishments to date, milestones teams are working towards, and a highlights section for each priority area that demonstrates what this work means for the American public.
As agencies produce more evidence, a critical question remains: How is evidence being meaningfully and effectively used? A forum in October explored this question and this resulted in the “Evidence 2.0” model.
International City/County Managers Association
This report combines new research and practical experience in a practitioner-oriented guide to making strategic planning work in your community, no matter how small. Its insights are useful to first-time administrators or those championing a strategic plan for the first time.
Looking for feedback: “We want a simple diagnostic tool for data maturity. Learn more and give us feedback. . . . We want a tool to help departments diagnose where to make improvements in how they manage and use data.”
Resource of the Week: Updated USASpending.gov Interface
U.S. Treasury Department
USAspending.gov links data from many government systems, including agency financial systems and governmentwide award systems. Its website has finally been updated to make it more user-friendly to non-technical users.