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Creating Public-Private Partnerships as a Fiscal Strategy

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Mark Pisano

The public-sector environment has changed in the past four years. Reports from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and other researchers note that all levels of government will experience fiscal shortfalls stretching far into the future, even assuming normal econ... More »

Recommendations to Strengthen the Federal Budget Process

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Steve Redburn

The federal government faces a large long-term mismatch between projected spending and projected revenues. Closing this fiscal gap will require hard choices to yield trillions of dollars in budget savings. Achieving these savings while sustaining the nation's highest pu... More »

Reorganizing the Federal Government to Meet Today's Challenges

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Allen Lomax

The need to reduce the federal deficit and improve the efficiency of government programs has increased attention on reorganizing federal agencies and programs as a mechanism to achieve these desired results. Additionally, there is sustained interest both in changing the... More »

Do We Need a New Model for Government?

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Alan Balutis

In the aftermath of the September 11 tragedies, we heard again and again that government needs to be better managed. "Everything has changed" was the constant refrain. "Never has American history seen a time when management has been more important but the stock of new i... More »

Behind the Debate on Federal Pay

Craig Pettibone

Does the federal pay system fairly compensate employees compared to their private-sector counterparts? Why do studies using a jobs-to-jobs comparison versus the human capital approach reach different results? More »