Government Performance Summit 2016
The focus of the 2016 Summit is “Transforming Performance in Times of Transition” and addresses the needs of professionals in all levels of government who use performance information in critical organizational process such as budgeting, resource allocation, employee motivation, contracting, and improving services.
Attendees of the 2016 Government Performance Summit will go beyond financial performance improvement to explore and experience an exceptional exchange of practical strategies and hands-on learning. The 2016 attendees will learn about:
PERFORMANCE MEASURES AND EVIDENCE-BASED ANALYSIS
Define better performance measures to track outcomes and drive implementation of new program strategies
DATA ANALYTICS AND REPORTING
Improve the collection and reporting of agency performance data to make it easier for program managers to actually use data in their decisions
Utilize social impact bonds, pay-for-performance, and other innovative incentives to drive improved performance.
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
Identify ways to transform agency processes to maximize quality and efficiency while engaging employees in agency goals and missions.
Here is what previous attendees are saying about the Government Performance Summit:
“The event was excellent. I will see you next year!”
– GPS 2014 Attendee
“Excellent opportunity to work with other government performance management personnel to share common problems and solutions.”
– GPS 2015 Attendee
“Convenient, affordable and most importantly, informative!”
– GPS 2015 Attendee
“The professionals at PI are dedicated to telling the story behind good government. Their passion is performance and it shows in every product and service they provide.”
– John O’Brien, Associate Professor, NDU I-College, GPS 2014 Attendee
Join more than 400 of your financial and performance colleagues at the 18th Annual Government Performance Summit, and take away new ideas, tools, and techniques to better manage your organization!
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