Publications

Getting It Done: A Guide for Government Executives

November 30, 2016

Publication Type: External Resource

Publication Tags: Enterprise Government,Management,Policy

This e-book, published by the IBM Center for The Business of Government, is designed to assist political executives and career executives new to their position, navigate the current political environment and the world of Washington. Containing the “to-dos” necessary to “get it done” in Washington and discussions of important Washington stakeholder groups.

Memos to National Leaders

November 15, 2016

Publication Type: External Resource

Publication Tags: Enterprise Government,Management,Policy

The National Academy of Public Administration, the American Society for Public Administration and George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government published this set of 25 memos to national leaders on five themes: managing government; strengthening policy leadership; managing across boundaries; sharpening the tools of government; and increasing capacity to manage complex policy issues.

2016 Presidential Transition Report

October 17, 2016

Publication Type: External Resource

Publication Tags: Enterprise Government,Management

Prepared by the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC), this report addresses the gap between public and private sector use of technology including recommendations on human capital, management, budget, cybersecurity, citizen engagement, innovation and aligning government services.

Transforming the Delivery of Services to the Federal Government: Recommendations for the Incoming Administration

October 12, 2016

Publication Type: Research and Publications

Publication Tags: Agencies,Enterprise Government,Management

Shared services allows the government to redirect resources to critical mission activities and strategic priorities and provide shared platforms in areas such as cybersecurity, benefits, law enforcement, financial services and defense. Using a shared services provider to carry out these functions enables the government to standardize, reduce and cut administrative costs. It can also enhance...

Transition 2016: Equipping the Government for Success in 2016 and Beyond

July 8, 2016

Publication Type: External Resource

Publication Tags: Enterprise Government,Management,Policy

The National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA) convened four panels to tackle the management issues determined to be most critical to the success of the new Administration. This report catalogues their findings and recommendations regarding: Collaboration Across Boundaries, Strategic Foresight, Evidence-Based Approaches and Recruitment and Retention.

NAPA Transition 2016

May 10, 2015

Publication Type: External Resource

Publication Tags: Appointees,Appointments,Enterprise Government,Management

On May 11, 2015, the National Academy of Public Administration launched its Transition 2016 initiative, which is designed to advise the incoming 2016 presidential administration on initatives to ensure more effective management, identifying and overcoming government management challenges and identifying key presidentially-appointed agency management positions.

The Performance Institute’s Transitions in Governance 2016

April 16, 2015

Publication Type: External Resource

Publication Tags: Enterprise Government,Management,Transition Management

The Transitions in Governance 2016 program seeks to develop a bold set of ideas comprising a management reform agenda for the incoming president and Congress to consider that focuses on improving results, transparency, and the efficiency of the federal government, while also expanding the Government Performance Coalition of think tanks, elected officials, and other stakeholders...