The National Performance Review is about change---historic change---in the way the government works. As the title makes clear, the National Performance Review is about moving from red tape to results to create a government that works better and costs less. This third report of the National Performance Review describes the impact of reinvention on the American people and their government and presents more than 300 new recommendations. The National Performance Review focused primarily on how government should work, not on what it should do. On September 7, 1995, Vice President Al Gore and the National Performance Review released their third report, two years after the first report, From Red Tape to Results: Creating a Government That Works Better and Costs Less.
USARC Staff Ride Briefing Books are produced by the Office of the Command Historian (OCH) to provide a systematic approach to the analysis of significant campaigns and battle in the history of the military art and the profession of arms. This volume "provides a concise but detailed account of Major General William T. Sherman's operational art and tactical prowess in maneuvering his army group, composed of three separate Union armies, from Chattanooga, Tennessee to the Confederate rail hub of Atlanta, Georgia" (p. v).
To the National Education Goals Panel, ensuring that children start school ready to learn is vitally important. But ensuring that schools are ready for children is important as well. Recognizing that good education means both ready children and ready schools, the Goals Panel convened a special group of advisors and asked them to identify what makes a ready school. This report, Ready Schools, is the result of their efforts. It recommends ten specific approaches found in successful elementary schools and documented by research to be keys to ready schools.
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