IPMN Symposium on Performance Budgeting and the Politics of Reform
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Various systems to integrate performance measurement into budgeting are applied in nations around the world. Governments at all levels have embarked on a journey into performance measurement and management. Performance budgeting, and the application of performance analysis in budgeting, is a topic of a considerable discourse in the public management community. This symposium provides dialogue and comment on efforts to integrate performance evaluation into the executive budget process at the federal government level in the United States of America under the administration of President George W. Bush. The experience of other nations also is addressed.
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