The midterm elections clearly demonstrated that the American people are longing for Congress to do something different. The new Congress needs to begin addressing big issues that past Congresses have failed to do. Reforms in social insurance programs, tax law, civil service, immigration, and many others are critical for the American people and the health of our nation. These issues need to be addressed by Congress as a whole, but the Committees on Oversight and Government Reform in the House and Homeland Security and Government Affairs in the Senate need to take on real reform to improve the health of our government. Read More
The below article, written by COE’s president and chief executive officer, Steve Goodrich, was originally published via Federal Computer Week on July 21, 2014. The piece talks about what can be done proactively to avoid possible pitfalls of the new Data Act. Read More
This May, Steve Goodrich spoke at GovExec’s 18th Annual Excellence in Government conference— the nation’s largest and most highly concentrated gathering of agency leaders focused on exploring the new management, business and leadership strategies needed for the agency of the future.
Steve spoke alongside Angela Bailey, Chief Operating Officer at the Office of Personnel Management on EIG’s 2014 Data and Performance session. The panel, moderated by Government Executive Media Group editor-in-chief, Tom Shoop, discussed the opportunities an increasingly data-driven world offers to improve the performance of federal agencies and employees alike. Read More