31 U.S. Code § 1121 - Quarterly priority progress reviews and use of performance information

(a) Use of Performance Information To Achieve Federal Government Priority Goals.— Not less than quarterly, the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, with the support of the Performance Improvement Council, shall—
(1) for each Federal Government priority goal required by section 1120 (a) of this title, review with the appropriate lead Government official the progress achieved during the most recent quarter, overall trend data, and the likelihood of meeting the planned level of performance;
(2) include in such reviews officials from the agencies, organizations, and program activities that contribute to the accomplishment of each Federal Government priority goal;
(3) assess whether agencies, organizations, program activities, regulations, tax expenditures, policies, and other activities are contributing as planned to each Federal Government priority goal;
(4) categorize the Federal Government priority goals by risk of not achieving the planned level of performance; and
(5) for the Federal Government priority goals at greatest risk of not meeting the planned level of performance, identify prospects and strategies for performance improvement, including any needed changes to agencies, organizations, program activities, regulations, tax expenditures, policies or other activities.
(b) Agency Use of Performance Information To Achieve Agency Priority Goals.— Not less than quarterly, at each agency required to develop agency priority goals required by section 1120 (b) of this title, the head of the agency and Chief Operating Officer, with the support of the agency Performance Improvement Officer, shall—
(1) for each agency priority goal, review with the appropriate goal leader the progress achieved during the most recent quarter, overall trend data, and the likelihood of meeting the planned level of performance;
(2) coordinate with relevant personnel within and outside the agency who contribute to the accomplishment of each agency priority goal;
(3) assess whether relevant organizations, program activities, regulations, policies, and other activities are contributing as planned to the agency priority goals;
(4) categorize agency priority goals by risk of not achieving the planned level of performance; and
(5) for agency priority goals at greatest risk of not meeting the planned level of performance, identify prospects and strategies for performance improvement, including any needed changes to agency program activities, regulations, policies, or other activities.

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(Added Pub. L. 111–352, § 6,Jan. 4, 2011, 124 Stat. 3875.)

 

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