Federal Government Management: Examining Government Performance as we Near the Next Century

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Serial Number
104-861.H
Levin Center Identifier
Document Date
1996-09-28
Report Length
220 pages
Policy Agendas Project Major Code
Additional, Minority, Dissenting Views
Additional views
Minority views
Found Using Methodology
Yes
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Brief Executive Summary
The House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight investigated the mismanagement, waste, fraud, and abuse of federal resources, programs, and personnel. The report found that the public's perception of fraud and mismanagement are accurate and demonstrate a need for greater accountability. The committee recommended the implementation of the Government Performance and Results Act, which requires federal agencies to measure program performance.
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Related Hearings
House Committee on Agriculture, hearing on "Investigation of the Use of Food Stamp Program Funds to Obtain Services from Private Contractors," 104th Cong., H.Hrg. 104-29, (1996, May 8)
House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology, hearing on "The National Performance Review," 104th Cong., (1995, May 2)
House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology, hearing on "The Department of Defense's Financial Management Problems," 104th Cong., (1995, November 14)
House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight, Subcommittee on Government Management, Information, and Technology, hearing on "OMB 2000 Reforms: Where Are They Heading?" 104th Cong., (1996, February 7)
Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, Subcommittee on Water and Power, hearing on "Water Problems Facing the Lower Colorado River Area," 103rd Cong., (1994, June 8 and 9)
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