2004 Transitions and Transformations in the Federal Government

Fiscal Year 2004 Transitions and Transformations
in the Federal Government

2004 Transitions and Transformation in the Federal Government

Transition

GAO's Strategic Plan

GAO's High Risk List

Composition of Federal Spending

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Under Baseline Extended

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with GDP after 2003 and All Expiring Tax Provisions Are Extended

Selected Fiscal Exposures: Sources and Examples (End of FY 2002)

Our Long-Term Fiscal Challenge: How Can We Begin to Address It?

Our Long-term Fiscal Challenge: How Can We Begin To Address It?

Transformation

Transformation

The Case for Change

Transformation: A New Model for Government Organizations

Transformation Has Different Dimensions

Keys to Making Change Happen

Keys to Making Change Happen

Key Enablers for Effective Performance Management

People: Enabler of Transformation

GAO: Leading by Example (Change, Performance, and Human Capital Management)

How GAO Has Addressed Its Human Capital Challenges

Legislation Addressing GAO’s Human Capital Challenges

Competency-Based Performance Appraisal

Competency Model

Employee Feedback Survey

People Measures to Assess GAO’s Performance in Human Capital Management

Attracting and Retaining Staff

Developing, Supporting, and Using Staff

Leading, Recognizing, and Listening to Staff

Benchmarking Results for 2003

GAO

2004 Transitions and Transformations in the Federal Government