GAO reports on leading practices to enhance interagency collaboration
In 2023, the U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report on leading practices to enhance interagency collaboration.
Coordinated effort and interagency cooperation is required to address some of the cross-cutting challenges facing the Nation, including infectious disease, climate change, cybersecurity, and other areas identified in GAO’s High-Risk List.
GAO-23-105520 validates and updates GAO’s 2012 leading interagency collaboration practices. This report is part of a series of reports related to a provision in the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) Modernization Act of 2010. It also provides illustrative examples from prior GAO work
GAO’s leading interagency collaboration practices include:
– Define Common Outcomes
– Ensure Accountability
– Bridge Organizational Cultures
– Identify and Sustain Leadership
– Clarify Roles and Responsibilities
– Include Relevant Participants
– Leverage Resources and Information
– Develop and Update Written Guidance and Agreements
For more information on GAO-23-105520, please follow the link below.
GAO-23-105520, Government Performance Management: Leading Practices to Enhance Interagency Collaboration and Address Crosscutting Challenges
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