Welcome to ASPA-CAP
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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Federal Employee Pulse Survey: Preliminary Insights Performance.govIn October, the President’s Management Council (PMC), together with the Office of Management and Budget, the Office of Personnel Management, and the General Services Administration piloted the first-ever, Government-wide pulse survey that allow leaders … Continue reading
Tennessee Adds More Evidence, Data Requirements to Budget Proposal Process Kingsport Times News Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee is required to present next year’s budget proposal before Feb. 1, and the process leading up to it now includes a complete evidence-based … Continue reading
Defense Department to Reform its Planning-Programming-Budgeting-Execution System Federal News Network Two new legislative provisions require studies of the Pentagon’s PPBE system. One sets up an expert commission to take the current process apart and come up with alternatives. A second … Continue reading
Does Performance Information Matter to Organizational Outcomes? American Review of Public Administration (Xu Han and Donald Moynihan) A study of Texas school districts, where performance management systems are mature, found that using performance information, especially for strategic planning purposes had strong … Continue reading
December 2021 Issue of Government Finance Review Government Finance Officers Association Articles on how recipients of the GFOA 2021 Awards for Excellence in Government Finance broke new ground in data visualization, collaboration, culture change. And an article on “The Accountability Trap” … Continue reading