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The President's Management Agenda, announced in the summer of 2001, is an aggressive strategy for improving the management of the Federal government. It focuses on five areas of management weakness across the government where improvements and the most progress can be made.
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For more information on the President's Management Agenda, please visit www.results.gov. There you will find the following: