Home / Tag Archives: performance.gov

Tag Archives: performance.gov

GAO: OMB Should Implement Strategies on Reporting Requirements

The Government Accountability Office has urged the Office of Management and Budget to fully implement the process used to accelerate reporting requirements. GAO said in a report published Monday that it recommended OMB to reference report modification proposals on the President’s annual budget as required under the GPRA Modernization Act of 2010. The …

Read More »

Obama Administration Cites OPM’s National Background Investigations Bureau Among Security Clearance Reform Efforts

A report published on Performance.gov says the Obama administration implemented several measures in 2016 as part of efforts to update the security clearance process, Federal News Radio reported Tuesday. Nicole Ogrysko writes such measures include the Office of Personnel Management’s launch of the National Background Investigations Bureau and approval of the Enterprise Information …

Read More »

GAO Asks OMB, GSA, PIC to Work on Performance.gov Requirement Compliance, Usability

The U.S. Government Accountability Office has called on the Office of Management and Budget, General Services Administration and Performance Improvement Council to address Performance.gov’s usability and compliance with federal requirements. GAO said Tuesday OMB, GSA and PIC’s efforts to update the government performance information website do not meet certain DigitalGov requirements for federal websites as well as …

Read More »

OMB’s Beth Cobert: Gov’t Cut 10M SqFt in Federal Real Estate in 2013

Beth Cobert, the Office of Management and Budget‘s deputy director for management, said the government has cut a total of 10.2 million square feet in federal office and warehouse space in the past year, Government Executive reported Monday. The efforts were part of the government’s “Freezing the Federal Footprint” initiative that …

Read More »

GSA Starts Procurement ‘Hallways’ to Foster Strategic Sourcing

The General Services Administration has partnered with the Strategic Sourcing Leadership Council to develop strategic sourcing processes for information technology, administration and human resources procurement activities, Federal News Radio reported Thursday. Stephanie Wasko writes these processes, called “hallways,” are intended to help a common commodity manager lead a team in establishing procurement best practices, …

Read More »

Beth Cobert: White House Unveils Agenda to Spur Economic Growth, Address Vet Homelessness

The Obama administration has released a series of goals and strategic plans aimed to encourage economic growth and long-term fiscal performance in agencies. Beth Cobert wrote on the Office of Management and Budget blog that the National Economic Council, Commerce Department and State Department will lead activities to encourage more foreign investments in the U.S. …

Read More »

Electronic Govt. Fund May Recieve $12.4M in 2012

Congress may include $12.4 million for the Electronic Government Fund in the $1 trillion omnibus spending bill which legislatures are working to pass before a Friday deadline to avoid a government shutdown. The Electronic Government Act was signed into law in 2002 to “improve the methods by which government information, …

Read More »