Presentation on theme: "7 th Annual Performance Report Scorecard by Maurice McTigue, Henry Wray, and Jerry Ellig A GENDA Welcome Hon. Maurice McTigue Study Results Dr. Jerry Ellig."— Presentation transcript:
7 th Annual Performance Report Scorecard by Maurice McTigue, Henry Wray, and Jerry Ellig A GENDA Welcome Hon. Maurice McTigue Study Results Dr. Jerry Ellig Remarks and Awards Hon. Maurice McTigue and Hon. David Walker Q&A Hon. Maurice McTigue
How we score the reports 1-5 rating scale 3 Categories Transparency Public Benefits Leadership 4 criteria in each category 5Sets a standard for best practice 4Shows innovation and creativity 3Satisfactory 2Partially complete 1Fails to meet expectations
A caveat … This Scorecard evaluates only the quality of agency reports, not the quality of the results they produced for the public. Actual agency performance may or may not be correlated with report rankings in this Scorecard. This Scorecard evaluates only the quality of agency reports, not the quality of the results they produced for the public. Actual agency performance may or may not be correlated with report rankings in this Scorecard.
Final Four FY 2005 Score FY 2005 Rank FY 2004 Score FY 2004 Rank Labor511501 State482492 DOT473463 Veterans464 3
15% of budget covered by satisfactory disclosure
Overall state of accountability Agencies’ non-interest net cost of operations $2.45 trillion Estimated tax expenditures $777 billion Cost of regulation $1.1 trillion Total $4.3 trillion Amount of spending in reports scoring 36+ $374 billion (8.7% of total)
Big movements Most improved criterion: Accessibility (#1) Most deteriorated criterion: Linkage of results to costs (# 8) Biggest improvers: Treasury, Defense, Ag Biggest drops: Justice, NSF, Social Security
Biggest challenges Average score 8. Link results with costs 1.88 1.88 6. Outcome-oriented measures 2.63 2.63 3. Ensure data quality 2.67 2.67 7. Demonstrate causality 2.79 2.79 10. Explain failures to achieve goals 2.75 2.75 11. Major management challenges 2.83 2.83
New this year Scorecard vs. OMB’s PART Budget-weighted scores Guidance for fiscal 2006
Scorecard vs. PART 75% of spending covered by reports scoring below 8 on Public Benefits 10% of PARTed spending is “results not demonstrated”
For more information Mercatus guidance for fiscal 2006 reports: www.governmentaccountability.org/scorecard/guidelines Detailed scoring notes for each report: www.governmentaccountability.org/scorecard/agencies New Mercatus analysis of PART: www.governmentaccountability.org/PART2007
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