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- A Pair of Senators Wants to Know How Agencies Are Spending Money to Meet Management Goals - September 20, 2022
A new bipartisan bill would empower a central office to coordinate and track execution of the president's management agenda.
Eric Katz, Government Executive -
A bipartisan pair of senators is looking to boost oversight of how agencies spend money to meet the president’s management goals, introducing a bill to give expanded authorities to a federal office that helps administer implementation of the White House’s vision.
The legislation would codify the Office of Executive Councils, which resides within the General Services Administration and consists of governmentwide policymaking entities such as the Chief Human Capital Officers Council, the Performance Improvement Council and the President’s Management Council. The Governmentwide Executive Councils Administration and Results Improvement Act (S. 4828) would require the office to coordinate policy planning and legislative recommendations for each individual council. The office would oversee the deployment of shared services and project funding. It would serve as the “primary advisory body” to the White House on developing and executing agency priority goals and performance plans that are already required in federal statute.
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