Intelligent project selection in the Federal government

According to the Pew Research Center, two-thirds of Americans believe that the government cannot run program efficiently and without waste.

The Economist Intelligence Unit issued a report sponsored by Oracle titled "Creating value in the public sector: Intelligent project selection in the federal government". The report explores how some agencies are taking a portfolio-based approach to improve program performance.

Programs can be run more efficiently when agency leaders and managers improve their program management practices. A solid portfolio management solution enables them to:

  • have a holistic view of all the projects to see if and where new projects will fit.
  • identify the right projects.
  • balance the project portfolios
  • select and manage resources
  • constantly adjust programs to account for changes in strategy and demands.

Read the full EIU report to find out how.

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