This Cross Agency Priority (CAP) Goal has achieved significant gains and is being institutionalized across the federal government. You can read more about this categorization here and can continue to find modified quarterly progress updates on this page.
Administrator, Office of Unemployment Insurance, U.S. Department of Labor
Deputy Commissioner, Financial Services and Operations, Bureau of the Fiscal Service
Acting Director of the Office of Financial Management and Chief Financial Officer, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Deputy Controller, Office of Management and Budget
Deputy Assistant Secretary, Fiscal Operations and Policy, Department of the Treasury
❝Historically, the Federal Government has focused on improper payments broadly, including process errors that do not affect money paid, rather than strategically targeting monetary loss to taxpayers.❞
The goal is to demonstrate stewardship of taxpayer dollars by focusing on getting government payments right the first time they are made and preventing monetary loss and to build trust in government by better understanding the nature of improper payments and their relationship to payment integrity.
- To improve the efficiencies of government programs by focusing on getting government payments right the first time they are made and reducing the cost associated with an incorrect payment.
- Build trust in government by better understanding the nature of improper payments and their relationship to payment integrity.
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September 17, 2020
September 2020 Updates Show Progress on Cross-Agency and Agency Priority Goals
July 06, 2020
July 2020 Updates Show Progress on Cross-Agency Priority Goals, Agency Priority Goals & More
Today, we published progress updates for both Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goals and Agency Priority Goals (APGs) for the first and second quarter of FY2020. These updates highlight recent milestones and accomplishments as well as related initiatives that support progress towards a more modern and effective government.