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Performance.gov goes live

As Gary noted yesterday, Performance.gov is now online.

  • Performance.gov goes live after lengthy preparations, By Charles S. Clark, NextGov (08/25/2011).

    The long-anticipated and many-times-delayed central federal website Performance.gov went live Thursday morning, providing a new dashboard through which the general public can track spending, cost-cutting and progress in hiring agency by agency.

    …Peformance.gov links to related dashboard sites at USAspending.gov, Data.gov, Whitehouse.gov, Recovery.gov and USA.gov. The new site also invites feedback to improve usability.

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