The Government Performance and Results Act -- 10 Years Later - Nearly 10 years have passed since Congress passed and President Clinton signed the Government Performance and Results Act of 1993. This article recounts the history and implementation of GPRA; describes what has worked, and what has not; and suggests the biggest challenges that still remain.
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The government accountants journal : financial management in the public sector. - Alexandria, Va., ISSN 0883-1483, ZDB-ID 7166801. - Vol. 52.2003, 1, p. 58-64
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