B9185F91d01 - 106TH CONGRESS " 2d Session SENATE !...

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U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 65–545 cc SENATE "! 106TH CONGRESS 2d Session REPORT 2000 106–347 SPECIAL REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS UNITED STATES SENATE ON THE GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE AND RESULTS ACT OF 1993 JULY 18, 2000—Ordered to be printed
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(II) COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS TED STEVENS, Alaska, Chairman THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi ARLEN SPECTER, Pennsylvania PETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico CHRISTOPHER S. BOND, Missouri SLADE GORTON, Washington MITCH MCCONNELL, Kentucky CONRAD BURNS, Montana RICHARD C. SHELBY, Alabama JUDD GREGG, New Hampshire ROBERT F. BENNETT, Utah BEN NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL, Colorado LARRY CRAIG, Idaho KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON, Texas JON KYL, Arizona ROBERT C. BYRD, West Virginia DANIEL K. INOUYE, Hawaii ERNEST F. HOLLINGS, South Carolina PATRICK J. LEAHY, Vermont FRANK R. LAUTENBERG, New Jersey TOM HARKIN, Iowa BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, Maryland HARRY REID, Nevada HERB KOHL, Wisconsin PATTY MURRAY, Washington BYRON L. DORGAN, North Dakota DIANNE FEINSTEIN, California RICHARD J. DURBIN, Illinois STEVEN J. CORTESE, Staff Director LISA SUTHERLAND, Deputy Staff Director JAMES H. ENGLISH, Minority Staff Director
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(III) CONTENTS Page I. Introduction . ......................................................................................................... 1 Legislative History . .......................................................................................... 1 Implementation . ................................................................................................ 3 II. Statement of Purpose . ........................................................................................ 7 III. Subcommittee Analysis . .................................................................................... 8 Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development and Related Agencies . . 8 Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, State, the Judiciary and Related Agencies . ........................................................................................................ 17 Subcommittee on Defense . ............................................................................... 23 Subcommittee on Military Construction . ........................................................ 33 Subcommittee on District of Columbia . .......................................................... 34 Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development . ...................................... 39 Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Agencies . ........................................................................................................ 42 Subcommittee on Interior and Related Agencies . .......................................... 46 Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related Agencies . ................................................................................... 52 Subcommittee on Transportation . ................................................................... 63 Subcommittee on Treasury and General Government . ................................. 67 Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs, Housing and Urban Development and Independent Agencies . .................................................................................. 82 IV. Program Duplication and Overlap . .................................................................. 90 V. Observations and Conclusion . ............................................................................ 95
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(1) 1 S. Rept. No. 103–58 at p. 2. 2 Section 2(b)(1) of Pub. L. No. 103–62, 107 Stat. 285. 3 While the Results Act was enacted in August 1993, it provided a long lead time for agencies to prepare for its implementation. For example, during the period between August 1993 and submission of the first round of strategic plans in September 1997, agencies conducted perform- ance measurement pilot programs to test the Act’s concepts. Agencies also consulted with Con- gress on their draft strategic plans during the Spring and Summer of 1997. 4 5 U.S.C. 306. I. INTRODUCTION LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF THE GOVERNMENT PERFORMANCE AND RESULTS ACT The Government Performance and Results Act of 1993, com- monly referred to as ‘‘GPRA’’ or the ‘‘Results Act,’’ was enacted with the broad, bipartisan support of both Congress and the Execu- tive Branch. The Results Act originated from Senate Bill No. 20, introduced by Senator Roth and co-sponsored by several other Sen- ators during the 103rd Congress. The Senate Governmental Affairs
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