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Welcome to the Center for Accountability and Performance website! CAP aims to improve the practice of public service by helping Public Administration and Nonprofit professionals acquire the knowledge, technical skills and resources necessary to successfully manage for results. CAP achieves its mission through education, training, advocacy, technical assistance, resource sharing, and research into best practices in Performance Management.
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Strengthening Service Delivery Through Performance-Based Fiscal Transfers World Bank Urban Performance Grants are fiscal transfers from a higher level of government (for example, the central government or — in the case of federal countries — state and provincial governments) to cities … Continue reading
Measuring Service Members’ Transition to Civilian Life U.S. Government Accountability Office The Transition Assistance Program helps servicemembers choose a career, pursue higher education or entrepreneurship, or find a job after military service. However, performance data show that those who need … Continue reading
Success Metrics for Stronger Federal Workforce Government Executive In new guidance issued last week, OPM Director Kiran Ahuja, Defense Deputy Secretary Kathleen Hicks and Labor Deputy Secretary Julie Su instructed federal agencies to take several actions that use a data-based approach to better … Continue reading
November 2022 Progress Report on the President’s Management Agenda 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 … Continue reading
Public Performance Conference: Innovations and Lessons for Policymakers – Call for Papers National Center for Public Performance NCPP is partnering with the Management Development Institute in India and the Commonwealth Secretariat to sponsor a three-day conference (March 25-27, 2023). The goal … Continue reading