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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. President's Management Agenda
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Goal Leader:
Gay Gilbert

Administrator, Office of Unemployment Insurance, U.S. Department of Labor

Goal Leader:
Jeff Schramek

Deputy Commissioner, Financial Services and Operations, Bureau of the Fiscal Service

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Goal Leader:
Megan Worstell

Acting Director of the Office of Financial Management and Chief Financial Officer, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

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Goal Leader:
Tim Soltis

Deputy Controller, Office of Management and Budget

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Goal Leader:
Greg Till

Deputy Assistant Secretary, Fiscal Operations and Policy, Department of the Treasury

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❝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.❞

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June 20, 2019

Summer Updates Show Progress on Cross-Agency and Agency Priority Goals

Today, teams tasked with implementing the Federal government’s high-priority initiatives released their June 2019 progress updates for both Cross-Agency Priority (CAP) Goals and Agency Priority Goals (APGs).


December 18, 2018

New Updates Highlight Movement on Cross-Agency and Agency Priority Goals

Teams implementing the federal government’s high-priority performance initiatives released their December 2018 quarterly updates of progress.