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Tom Shoop, editor-in-chief of Government Executive, explains what changes are coming in terms of government reorg.
Nearly every President since Richard Nixon tried to revamp how the government works in one way or another, and few have found any real success. Experts say the focus should be getting Congressional buy-in first, and not promising cost savings. Four senior lawmakers ask OMB for more information on the status of the current restructuring effort.
Gov Exec\'s Tom Shoop explains what agencies will have to do in preparation for the governmentwide reorganization effort called for in President Obama\'s executive order.
The chief performance officer will be joined by Lisa Brown, who currently serves as the assistant to the president and staff secretary. The restructuring will begin with trade and exports to give companies better opportunities in the global marketplace.
The Center for American Progress\' Jitinder Kohli explains how he helped the initiative to cut billions in the U.K. government.
The administration is identifying Executive branch officials inside and outside of the White House to figure out how best to reorganize government.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama said he plans to try to eliminate and reduce the overlap and redundancy that has built up over the last 60 years. How the government restructures…
In the State of the Union, the President said he will submit a proposal to Congress to reduce the overlap among agencies. Obama also called for a five-year freeze in domestic spending, but asked lawmakers to do more with entitlement spending. He also promised to continue to invest in innovation and research and development.