Jonathan Breul retires today from his role as executive director of the IBM Center. He has had a long and storied career in public service over the past four decades, where he has left a lasting mark. I’ve worked with Jonathan directly or indirectly over the past 30 years. His retirement is a good inflectionRead… Read more »
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March 2nd is the deadline to submit research proposals to the IBM Center for The Business of Government. Coinciding with the inauguration of a new President, the financial crisis, stimulus bill and other new developments, we are particularly eager to receive proposals focusing on five cross-cutting management issues: Contracting and acquisition E-Government, Web 2.0 andRead… Read more »
Shelley spoke yesterday to the government-wide Performance Improvement Council about her report and recommendations. The members, including OMB staff, were very receptive to her insights and many thought that they could begin acting on her ideas even before a Chief Performance Officer is appointed! Read the report here.
The Center is mentioned in an article in Government Executive by Alyssa Rosenberg about good government groups banding together to make government better. She writes, “despite their varied agendas, think tanks, nonprofits and associations are banding together under one overarching theme – to make government better. Like any Cabinet chief or agency leader, they areRead… Read more »