Implementation of the Government Performance and Results Act at DLA: a case study analysis
Wolfgang, Donald W.
McCaffery, Jerry L.
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The Government Performance and Results Act of 1993 (OPRA) is legislation passed in response to growing concern over the efficiency and effectiveness with which the federal government performs its functions. Under GPRA, all federal agencies will be required to submit annual performance plans and reports starting in September of 1997 for the FY99 budget request. As a major agency, DoD will be required to submit these performance plans and reports. The act requires pilot projects as a test of performance planning and reporting. This thesis is an analysis of the performance plan/report pilot project currently in progress at the Defense Logistics Agency. Included is an examination of the two performance plans already submitted by DLA.
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