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In honor of National Performance Review Month, SumTotal is offering a free half-hour consultation session to any organization, whether or not they are a SumTotal customer, a complimentary Performance Management eBook and a series of webinars.
A National Performance Review Task Force was established in March 1993.
GPRA itself was a last-moment compromise between congressional democratic leaders who wanted their own government reorganization commission and a newly elected president who wanted his own internal review process--the National Performance Review.
CAGW also expressed relief that former Vice President Al Gore's National Performance Review was formally put out of business by the Bush Administration, and replaced with a realistic approach to government reform.
It can't completely overrule a congressional order, for example, but "it can always keep whatever it wants holed up in the Khyber Pass for a long long time," says Bob Knisely, deputy director for regulatory review under Clinton's national performance review.
The company recently received the prestigious "Hammer Award" from Vice-President Al Gore's National Performance Review for helping DOD employees reduce inventory and cut costs.
With the increasing emphasis placed on Electronic Tax Administration (ETA) by Congress, by the National Commission on Restructuring the Internal Revenue Service and by the National Performance Review, EROs will continue to play a significant role in the future success of this key area of the Service's operations.
Vice President Gore's National Performance Review Report, titled Creating a Government that Works Better and Costs Less, states that "across all levels of government, we need collaborative, community-based, customer-driven approaches through which providers can integrate the full network of services.