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WH Budget Office Launches Performance.gov Portal

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After much fanfare and speculation, the Office of Management and Budget has launched its new online dashboard to publicly show agency performance management.

Performance.gov went live Thursday and is now open to the public, after previously being only available to federal employees.

The site displays an agency-by-agency overview of performance plans and progress in performance management.

Federal Chief Performance Officer Jeffrey Zients said on the White House blog the site will track spending on contracts and can help reduce improper spending on large programs.

“Importantly, the site is also a valuable tool for sharing best practices across the government – supporting learning and coordination across agencies,” Zients said.

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