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Announcing ExpectMore.gov, a new Web site that provides information on how Federal programs perform
The Federal government is working to ensure its programs perform well and wants everyone to know how well its programs are performing. ExpectMore.gov is a new website that provides candid information about programs that are successful and programs that fall short, and, in both situations, what they are doing to improve their performance next year.
What should you know about ExpectMore.gov:
- Assessments of programs you may be interested in will be available on ExpectMore.gov. These include a program overview, some of the key findings of the assessment, and the follow-up actions we are taking to address those findings.
- ExpectMore.gov is being publicized in the press and on Capitol Hill as a comprehensive site to learn about program performance and what programs are doing to improve.
- There will be increased attention to results from ExpectMore.gov. Sharing this information with you in a clear, accessible way will increase attention to these performance improvement efforts.
- Consider suggesting additions to a program's improvement plan to help it achieve greater results.
For more information, go to http://www.ExpectMore.gov.
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