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Managing for Results: The Department of Justice's Initial Efforts to Implement GPRA
GGD-95-167FS: Published: Jun 20, 1995. Publicly Released: Jun 20, 1995.
Pursuant to a legislative requirement and an agency request, GAO reviewed the Department of Justice's (DOJ) efforts to implement the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (GPRA), focusing on the processes used to develop the fiscal year (FY) 1996 mission statement, general goals and objectives, annual performance goals, and performance indicators for each DOJ component.GAO found that: (1)...
First Look at Senior Executive Service Performance Awards/SBA
FPCD-80-86: Published: Sep 19, 1980. Publicly Released: Sep 19, 1980.
GAO reviewed the Senior Executive Service (SES) bonus payments at the Small Business Administration (SBA).GAO concluded that the performance awards were within the requirements of the Civil Service Reform Act, as well as Office of Personnel Management (OPM) guidance. SBA paid bonuses for performance in the first 6 months of fiscal year 1980. SBA planned to again pay bonuses for the second half of...
Historical Perspective and Lessons Learned
100227: Oct 12, 1976
The functions of program evaluation techniques in policymaking are similar to those in President Johnson's planning, programming, budgeting (PPBS) program for identifying and selecting goals, searching for economical alternatives, and measuring performance. The Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 gave new emphasis to GAO responsibilities in performing analyses of federal agencies. A GAO guidanc...
Examination of the Spanish Base Construction Program of the Departments of the Air Force and the Navy
B-118763: Published: Jan 31, 1958. Publicly Released: Jan 31, 1958.
GAO examined the Spanish Base Construction Program of the Departments of the Navy and Air Force as of June 30, 1957.GAO found that numerous changes in plans have resulted in increased costs, in construction delays, and, in one instance, in the construction of facilities for which their was no apparent military need. However, the administration of the physical construction generally was proceeding...