Framework for Implementation:

Job Process Reengineering

OIMC-95-8: Published: May 1, 1995. Publicly Released: May 1, 1995.

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GAO described its strategy to implement job process reforms and the roles and responsibilities of the project's key personnel. GAO noted that the objectives of the project are to: (1) implement reforms in the job management process that result in a reduction in average production time; (2) quantify the expected staff time and cost savings resulting from the process improvements; and (3) identify additional opportunities that will dramatically reduce cycle time and reduce the staff-days required to produce a product. GAO also noted that the Job Process Reengineering Team is responsible for: (1) implementing the process reforms identified by the Job Process Management Owners; (2) identifying the barriers to change and developing a change management plan; (3) developing and executing a communications plan; (4) executing an activity analysis to determine how people currently spend their time; (5) developing the transition plan and establishing performance measures; and (6) identifying and prioritizing further opportunities for process reengineering.

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