Raj Sharma outlines 10 ways the federal government can save $400 billion over 10 years by changing the way it buys goods and services.
A D.C. government agency’s transformation into a “results-only work environment” is still on hold pending a mayoral transition, but ROWE is going strong in a Minneapolis county government department according to the ROWE manager there.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley’s victory in the midterm elections could have much to do with his data-driven governing approach, writes Reece Rushing.
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.
A D.C. government agency’s transformation into a “results-only work environment” suffers its first major setback when city officials halt the initiative until the incoming mayor’s transition team has a chance to review it.
A D.C. government agency’s transformation into a “results-only work environment” kicks into high gear this week after managers get anonymous feedback from employee focus groups. The third installment in a new weekly series by Gadi Dechter.
Pratap Chatterjee explains why the GOP-backed federal hiring freeze could make it harder for Americans to be sure they’re getting quality medicine from overseas.
Lauren Smith breaks down the shoddy analysis underlying false claims about federal pay levels, which have been misrepresented by conservatives and major news outlets.
Scott Lilly examines opportunities to reduce spending in government procurement.
The second installment in a new weekly series by Gadi Dechter on a D.C. government agency’s transformation into a “results-only work environment” finds the department’s “guinea pigs” in a public library basement, making metrics.
OMB should use a new social networking platform to develop an integrated system for collaboration among federal IT employees, write Will Thomas and Pratap Chatterjee.
Sen. Mary Landrieu persists in holding President Obama’s budget chief hostage to politics. Her timing couldn’t be worse, writes John Griffith.
Read the first installment by Gadi Dechter along with an interview with Bryan Sivak, who's implementing the D.C. information technology office's experiment with a "results-only work environment."
Gadi Dechter interviews D.C.’s Chief Technology Officer Bryan Sivak about his plans to implement a “results-only work environment” in his agency.
The first installment in a new weekly series by Gadi Dechter on implementing a “results-only work environment” in a D.C. government agency looks at employees’ expectations and potential obstacles for the initiative.