As required by the GPRA Modernization Act, the Trump administration earlier this month posted its first set of agency strategic plans and priority goals. But the goals, which were described on the performance.gov website, haven’t received the same attention as the White House’s 2019 budget proposal released the same day.
It doesn’t help that the website isn’t very user-friendly, something the Government Accountability Office noted in a report in 2013and again in 2016. When Trump took office, the administration suspended quarterly updates on the priority goals it inherited from the Obama administration. Then, led by a team from 18F, the administration began redesigning the site, an effort that won’t be completed for months.
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