“In a new set of findings, Government Accountability Office reported agencies’ use of performance information to make decisions “generally has not improved since GAO’s last survey of federal managers in 2013.”
“GAO made two recommendations. First, it said OMB should direct the leaders of the data cross-agency priority goal to update action plans for improving the use of data, including who will be implementing them, time frames and metrics for assessing progress.”
“Second, GAO recommended OMB prioritize identifying and sharing proven practices for increasing the use of performance data, as well as challenges that impede extensive use of data in decision-making.” Read the full article here.
Source: GAO: Data-driven management is stuck in neutral – By Chase Gunter, September 6, 2018. FCW.