National Partnership for Reinventing Government
The National Partnership for Reinventing Government is the Clinton-Gore Administration’s initiative to reform the way the federal government works. Its goal is to create a government that "works better and costs less." This program began early in the President Clinton’s first term, with Vice President Al Gore at its helm, the Review has been a consistent effort of their Administrations.
The following material was condensed and edited from the NPR Web site--with added content to further inform visitors to the Federal Gateway™ site.
National Partnership for Reinventing Government Homepage Vice President Gore's effective program of finding productive ways of improving government.
A Brief History of the NPR covers various initiatives--NPR final report "Creating a Government that Works Better and Costs Less", etc.
Comments E-mail formats for both "Reinvention" and "Technical" remarks.
Table of Contents a topic index of "Reinvention" projects and happenings.
Reinventing The Federal Workplace in-depth description of progress.
News Room - NPR pertains to promotions, speeches, and Reinvention Roundtable activities.
Customer Service - NPR covers Presidential Directives, agency activity, agency customer service standards, reporting, and commonly requested federal services.
The President’s Vanguard Team are the "front line" agencies that come in contact with so many Americans---these 11 "Vanguards" are listed and explained.
Latest Additions documents (with links), workshops, press releases, agency reports, etc.
Initiatives note what is current in the way of new programs, outreach, etc.
"How To" Tools contains some good organizational technique for improving results---note "Common Sense Tools" and "Ten Things".
FinanceNet - Favorite Places general state and federal government topics.
Access America develop a fast, paperless, low-cost and easy-to-use grant application process for federal agency use---lists federal agency contact points.