About Case Studies

About 20 federal agencies wrote up their experiences in the use of strategic planning and/or performance measurement as case studies in the early stages of GPRA implementation in response to an initiative of the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA). This initiative was encouraged by the Office of Management and Budget, the President's Management Council, and the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA).

Many of these case studies are of agencies selected as pilot projects under the Results Act. The lessons learned from these case studies should continue to be helpful as other Federal agencies move into strategic planning and performance measurement.

Brief summaries of these case studies are available from the ASPA web site. There is information there also on how to order hard copies of these studies.

A number of the case studies are also available in either html or pdf format from the NPR library.

In addition, we are encouraging agencies to put GPRA-related case studies and summaries of their experience on their own web sites.

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