Without a serious evaluation of program effectiveness, politics tend to dictate important budget decisions, and arguments over stakeholder interests and political palatability drown out important questions of real-world impact.
Jitinder Kohli reviews Office of Management and Budget and Office of Personnel Management reforms in SES career development, management, and recruitment.
The Obama administration should adopt the “Reviewing What Works” process for evaluating program effectiveness, write Jitinder Kohli and John Griffith.
Donna Cooper and Jitinder Kohli discuss how this embattled program that offers opportunity to less fortunate Americans can bridge political divides by improving performance.
Report Jitinder Kohli, William D. Eggers, and John Griffith lay out a system for designing and evaluating effective government programs.
Jitinder Kohli sets out five lessons for the Obama administration from his experience working on similar reforms in Britain.
Jitinder Kohli examines ways that the leaders of federal agencies and departments can stretch tight budgets imaginatively and provocatively.
Jitinder Kohli and John Griffith praise the House’s passage today of a bipartisan government performance bill that now makes its way to President Obama’s desk to be signed into law.
The House of Representatives should swiftly pass critical government performance reform, write Jitinder Kohli and John Griffith.
Report Report from John Podesta, Sarah Rosen Wartell, and Jitinder Kohli outlines a framework for making the United States more economically competitive.
CAP's Executive Vice President Sarah Rosen Wartell and Senior Fellow Jitinder Kohli introduce the Center's new blog on promoting the United States's economic competitiveness.
Jitinder Kohli describes an experimental program working with prisoners in Peterborough, England, that could transform government finance around the world.
Federal agencies should establish institutes to help sort through new ideas that are likely to work from those that aren’t, write Jitinder Kohli and John Griffith.
Senior staffers who worked on government performance issues from the Reagan, Clinton, and both Bush administrations, along with CAP Senior Fellow Jitinder Kohli, explain why the Senate should embrace a bill to improve government performance.