NPR - The National Performance Review(NPR \u25cf The National Performance Review was founded by Bill Clinton on March 3 1993 Clinton appointed Vice

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The National Performance Review (NPR) The National Performance Review was founded by Bill Clinton on March 3, 1993. Clinton appointed Vice President Al Gore as its leader and was given a six month trial run. This review was intended to reform the way our federal government is ran and the way its work, an attempt to reorganize bureaucracy. Clinton and Gore wanted the Federal government to be less bureaucratic, more like a business, so it would be easier to hire and fire people. While past efforts solely relied on outsiders, the Vice President hired 200 experienced federal workers and put them into groups to examine federal agencies and issues that plagued agencies, like personnel, procurement or budget policies. The motto and goal of this review soon became "to create a government that 'works better, costs less, and gets results Americans care about'" The goal was to identify problems and offer solutions. The President gave each cabinet secretary the responsibility to organize a 'Reinvention
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  • President of the United States, Federal government of the United States, United States Cabinet, Vice President of the United States, National Performance Review

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