Transitions and Transformations in the Federal Government: Department of Defense

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Transitions and Transformations in the Federal Government

Composition of Federal Spending

Federal Spending for Mandatory and Discrestionary Programs

Selected Fiscal Exposures: Sources and Examples

Another Way to Think About These Numbers

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Under Baseline Extended

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with GDP After 2004 and All Tax Cut Provisions Expire

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming All Expiring Tax Provisions are Extended

Composition of Spending as a Share of GDP Assuming Discretionary Spending Grows with GDP after 2004 and All Expiring Tax Provisions Are Extended

Current Fiscal Policy Is Unsustainable

We Need a 3-Pronged Approach to Close the Long-term Fiscal Gap

Selected GAO-Related Activities

Illustrative Generic Re-examination Questions

Illustrative Generic Re-examination Questions

Illustrative Generic Re-examination Questions

Selected 21st Century Questions

Transformation: Websters Definition

Transformation has Different Dimensions

GAO's High Risk List

The Case for Change

Transformation: A New Model for Government Organizations

Keys to Making Change Happen

Core Values

Key Transformation Elements

Human Capital Strategy

What Is DOD Transformation?

Selected Observations From 2000-2003

Selected Cultural Challenges At DOD

The Way Forward Selected Potential DOD Related Actions

The Way Forward Selected Potential DOD Related Actions (cont.)

GAO's Strategic Plan

GAO Organizational Chart

Selected Success Measures

Annual Performance Measures (1998 and 2003)

GAO: Leading by Example

How GAO Has Addressed Its Human Capital Challenges

Legislation Addressing GAO’s Human Capital Challenges

Three Key Ingredients Needed for These Challenging and Changing Times

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