Documents/PerfGov

About

Strategic_Plan

Publication: 2011-08-25

Source: http://www.performance.gov/about

Performance.gov advances the commitment in the President’s FY2011 budget to communicate candidly and concisely what the Federal government is trying to accomplish, how it is trying to accomplish it, and why these efforts are important.

The home page provides two main ways to view information, by agency or area of focus. Agency All of the Cabinet Departments and eight other major agencies have home pages on Performance.gov. Each agency’s home page describes the agency’s mission. Each page also provides links to the agency’s performance plans and reports and to pages showing agency progress on government-wide management initiatives. Areas of focus Areas of Focus home pages describe progress underway in the areas of acquisition, financial management, human resources, technology, performance improvement, open government, sustainability, and customer service. Each home page discusses the government’s objectives for the relevant area of focus. In selected areas, as appropriate, links are provided to relevant agency-specific data. We invite you to look through Performance.gov to learn more about how the government is working to get the most from taxpayer dollars and to deliver the best service possible to the American people. We welcome your suggestions for improvement here: http://www.performance.gov/feedback

Submitter:

Name:Owen Ambur

Email:Owen.Ambur@verizon.net

Organization:

Name:Performance.gov

Acronym:PG

Description:
Performance.gov is a central website that provides a window on the Administration’s efforts to deliver a more effective, smarter, and leaner government. The site gives the public, government agencies, Members of Congress, the media, and others a view of the progress underway in cutting waste, streamlining government, and improving performance. Specifically, Performance.gov provides information on the government’s progress in the following areas of focus: