Snapshot

Who gets performance information?

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Very Great or Great Extent
Moderate Extent
Small Extent
No Extent
N/A
No Response

"Managing for Results," the Government Accounting Office's 2013 survey of federal managers, contains a lot of useful information.

One of the more intriguing findings is that many of the managers believe they have good access to their agency's performance information -- nearly 49 percent said they have that access to a "great" or "very great" extent – but only about a third of them think their employees have the same ease at getting the data.

Check the charts below for a greater breakdown of those questions, and click here to read the full report. (Numbers approximate after rounding).

Managers' Access

Employees' Access

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Technology journalist Michael Hardy is a former FCW editor.

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