The Obama Administration should consider implementing a President’s Management Agenda (PMA) in its second term. The PMA structure used during the Bush administration clearly articulated management goals in areas such as financial accountability, human resources, competitive sourcing, e.government, and budget and performance integration. The PMA scorecard provided transparency with respect to status and results and fostered competition among agencies striving to get to green. The Obama Administration in its first term has issued its direction to promote better management with many excellent goals and guidance for achievement. However, the goals/results are spread across new laws, Executive Orders, OMB Circulars and Memorandum, and various websites. A PMA structure would help connect all the management agenda items, focus attention on achievement, and provide transparency as to status and results.