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Government Program Management

Government Program Management

1st Edition
By Bruce Barkley
ISBN10: 0071744487
ISBN13: 9780071744485
Copyright: 2011

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Introduction; Chapter 1. Forces for Change in Government Program Management: New Public Management; Chapter 2. Problems and Issues in Public Program Management; Chapter 3. Agency Performance and Program Management in the United States; Chapter 4. The Standard for Program Management According to the Project Management Institute (PMI): Interpretation for Public-Sector Programs; Chapter 5. The Program Management Office; Chapter 6. Government Workforce Changes and Implications for Program Management; Chapter 7. Public Program Leadership Developments; Chapter 8. Global Models and Benchmarks for Program Management: New Public Management Concepts; Chapter 9. Models for Future Programs; Chapter 10. Case Study: A National Digital Health Information System in the United States; Chapter 11. The Special Problem of Networked Programs; Chapter 12. Recommendations for Changing Public Program Management Structure, Systems, and Processes; Appendix A. Program Risk Management Checklist; Appendix B. Integrated Program Schedule in Microsoft Project Software; Appendix C. Public-Sector Program Management Course Outline; Appendix D. Project Risk Scenarios and Scheduling; Appendix E. Government Program Transparency Model; References; Index