OMB to post agencies’ progress reports

Jason Miller discusses how OMB will soon put a progress report online in the form of a portal called performance.gov.

Your agency’s success in meeting specific high-priority goals soon will be public.

The Office of Management and Budget recently completed the first review of how agencies are meeting their three to eight high priority goals.

Every agency submitted these objectives to OMB as part of their 2011 budget submission.

OMB will soon put a progress report online in the form of a portal called performance.gov.

Federal News Radio’s Jason Miller joined the DorobekINSIDER with details on the portal and what’s coming in the future.

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