I reported yesterday on the Office of Management and Budget’s plan to review agencies’ progress toward their high-priority performance goals and post that information on the Web.
I spoke with Peter Grace at HUD this morning and he said the site will be called USAperformance.gov and he expects it to be live by July. Shelley Metzenbaum of OMB would only say yesterday that it would be up this summer or this fall, so perhaps July is the goal, but they’re hedging their bets on when it will actually go live.
Right now, the USAperformance.gov URL exists but is password protected.
June 19th, 2010 at 10:44 pm
This is a great step in the progression of performance-based measurement for public agencies. I’m interested to see what data will be published on the site’s launch (and over time). Correspondingly, the data should be tied to metrics, so the extent to which those metrics are meaningful to the public will be telling.
Robert Benson Says:
June 27th, 2010 at 12:02 pm
Check the headline article in today’s fedsmith.com It is an open “note” to the Office of Management and Budget re: how to save millions.