Do Government Bureaucrats make Effective Use of Performance Management Information?

Heinrich, Carolyn J.
July 1999
Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory;Jul99, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p363
Academic Journal
Questions the effective use of the 1982 United States Job Training Partnership Act performance standards by government bureaucrats. Conclusion as to the design of the performance standards system; State of correlation with program goals; Negative implications of cost-per-placement considerations.


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