Pratap Chatterjee testifies about the contracting process before the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
James Hairston and Jitinder Kohli discuss how a worker-recognition initiative at HUD can and should be replicated governmentwide.
As government programs face greater scrutiny, the new GPRA framework could put more officials in the accountability hot seat. But it's also an opportunity for agencies to restore the public's trust in government, writes John Griffith.
Pratap Chatterjee reports on a private workshop featuring senior government officials and industry representatives sharing examples of best practices in how the government buys and manages information technology.
William Eggers, John Griffith, and Jitinder Kohli explain how to design new successful government programs.
John Podesta testifies before the Senate Budget Committee Task Force on Government Performance on the GRPA Modernization Act of 2010.
Jitinder Kohli applauds the president’s decision to act this year to ensure the federal government operates effectively and efficiently.
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.
Pratap Chatterjee explains why the Pentagon is right that employing government workers to do government work rather than expensive outside contractors makes sense.
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.
Sen. Mark Warner and experts discuss making government more efficient at a CAP event.
Gadi Dechter explains the benefits of social impact bonds in The Baltimore Sun.
Jeffrey B. Liebman examines social impact bonds, a promising new financing model to accelerate social innovation and improve government performance.
John Griffith and Gadi Dechter examine four successful performance review programs in the federal government.