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OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS

Agency Performance Related Links


Agency Two Page Snapshot from the 2008 Performance Report of the Federal Government

FY 2007 Performance and Accountability Report

FY 2009 Congressional Budget Justification

FY 2006 - FY 2010 Strategic Plan



Energy, PART Program Ratings
Effective 1
Moderately Effective 1
Adequate 6
Ineffective 0
Results Not Demonstrated 1
Total PARTs Completed 9


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Energy, Ratings of Agency Spending (dollars in millions)
Effective 18
Moderately Effective 208
Adequate 109,955
Ineffective 0
Results Not Demonstrated 50
Total PARTs Completed 110,231


FEDERAL PROGRAMS THAT ARE IN THE OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT AGENCY


Agency Program Name Funding
FY08
Last
PART
Assessment
Rating Link to
Program
Office of Personnel Management Center for Talent Services - HR Products and Services for Federal Agencies 396 2005 Moderately Effective Link
Office of Personnel Management Federal Employees Group Life Insurance 3955 2004 Adequate Link
Office of Personnel Management Federal Employees Health Benefits 35452 2004 Adequate Link
Office of Personnel Management Federal Employees Retirement 63912 2007 Adequate Link
Office of Personnel Management Federal Personnel Background Investigations 906 2006 Adequate Link
Office of Personnel Management Human Capital Program 44 2006 Adequate Link
Office of Personnel Management Inspector General Oversight of Federal Health Benefits Program 19 2003 Effective Link
Office of Personnel Management Leadership Capacity 47 2006 Results Not Demonstrated Link
Office of Personnel Management Merit System Compliance 13 2005 Adequate Link
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