The Pew study cites requirements for supermajorities for the passage of legislation, the failure to diversify a state's economy, and something they call the Government Performance Project Money Grade, a measure of the degree to which a state takes "a long-term perspective on fiscal matters," including transparency in budgets, balance between revenues and expenditures, and the effectiveness of financial controls.
What does GPP stand for?
GPP stands for Government Performance Project
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- Good Pharmacy Practice
- Good Plant Protection (agriculture standards)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Grading the states: The government performance project.
Richard Greene's article analyzes performance measures for state government on the basis of the Few Foundation's Government Performance Project.
Jonathan Breul, Director, Federal Management Services, IBM Consulting Services Chris Mihm, Director, Governmentwide Management Issues, GAO Barry White, Director, Government Performance Projects, Council for Excellence in Government Thursday, May 22 * 8:30 a.
Using the same criteria, a 2000 Government Performance Project survey of states gave California a C-plus grade.
She also is project director of the Government Performance Project.
Pew's Government Performance Project The Government Performance Project is an effort funded by (and now within) the Pew Center on the States that examines each of the fifty state governments every three years in four major areas of management: human resources, infrastructure, strategic planning, and performance measurement.
Entitled "The Way We Tax," the report is the fifth installment of the Government Performance Project, a journalistic-academic effort funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts to promote effective government management.