National Performance Review: Coordinates reinvention laboratories, customer service standards, development of Performance-Based Organizations, information source; produces benchmarking studies, including such topics as strategic planning and performance measurement. Contact: Curt Marshall, 202-632-0180, Fax 202-632-0390, email@example.com. NPR's "Managing for Results" Web site is www.npr.gov/initiati/mfr/index.html.
U.S. Office of Personnel Management: Provides GPRA training through its management development centers in Lancaster, PA and Denver, Colorado and the Federal Executives Institute in Charlottesville, VA; produces monthly half-day seminars on GPRA compliance progress with speakers mostly from government agencies. Contact: Loretta Reeves, 202-606-2419, Fax 202-606-2548, firstname.lastname@example.org.
U.S. General Accounting Office: In response to Congress, produces major analytical reports, testimonies and correspondence on all aspects of Results Act compliance and progress among executive branch agencies. Contact: Lisa Shames, 202-512-2649, Fax 202-512-4420, email@example.com.
The Congressional Institute: Currently assisting the majority leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives in training congressional staff and monitoring Results Act compliance in federal agencies; maintains web site. Contact Carl DeMaio, 202-547-4600, Fax 202-547-3556, firstname.lastname@example.org. Web site: www.conginst.org.
National Academy of Public Administration: Congressionally-chartered non-profit research organization which, through its Improving Government Performance Panel, produces major analytical reports and monthly luncheon presentations on the Results Act; currently developing a Performance Consortium of federal agencies to share Results Act compliance progress and assist other agencies. Contact: Chris Wye, 202-347-3190, Fax 202-393-0993, email@example.com. The web address is: www.lmi.org/napa/poigp/consortiumweb.htm
Council for Excellence in Government: Non-profit organization which offers federal agencies consultation on quality of strategic and performance plans by 35 private sector Chief Executive Officers who were former public servants. Contact: Peter Kent, 202-728-0418, Fax 202-728-0422.
1 The committees with primary jurisdiction over the GPRA, per se, are the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs and the House Committee on Government Reform and Oversight. However, each "committee of jurisdiction" within the Congress (including the relevant authorizing committees and subcommittees and the appropriations subcommittees) will be reviewing and providing oversight of strategic plans, annual performance plans, and performance reports, developed pursuant to the GPRA, as well as annual budget submissions, with respect to the agencies within their jurisdiction.