Strategies for Building a Results-Oriented and Collaborative Culture in the Federal Government

September 2009
GAO Reports;9/24/2009, preceding p1
Government Document
The article presents a study by the U.S. Government Accountability Office on the barriers and opportunities in maximizing the information available for federal managers of agencies in the country. The study aims to determine the key management practices, agencies with low use of performance information, and promotion of collaborative culture in the federal government. It mentions that the President and Congress have crucial roles in developing results-oriented and collaborative culture.


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