GPRA Modernization Act of 2010: Examining Constraints To, and Providing Tools For, Cross-Agency Collaboration

Recommendation 2013-7, The GPRA Modernization Act of 2010: Examining Constraints To, and Providing Tools For, Cross-Agency Collaboration, examines perceived and real constraints to cross-agency collaboration under the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Modernization Act and highlights tools available to help agencies collaborate. It offers guidance to help increase transparency, improve information sharing, and facilitate better agency reporting under the Act. The recommendation is also aimed at enhancing the role of agency attorneys and other agency staff in facilitating cross-agency collaboration.

Citation: 78 Fed. Reg. 76,269, 76,273 (Dec. 17, 2013)

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Final Recommendation

The Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Modernization Act of 2010 (GPRAMA) became law on January 4, 2011.[1]  Among other things, the Act requires the Executive branch and federal agencies to develop cross-agency performance goals and specifies directives toward the advancement, use, review, and measurement of cross-agency collaboration.[2] Cross-agency collaboration is widely viewed as a powerful means for government...

Implementation

OMB Circular A-11 requires agencies to report their responsibility and contributions to Cross-Agency Priority Goals, and Performance.gov will be updated quarterly and will include extensive information regarding current and past Cross-Agency Priority Goals, which implements ACUS' recommendation that Performance.gov include reports on agency progress on cross-agency priority goals.

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