From: Oksana Shubchinskaya - Advanced Learning Institute
To: Scott Jenkins,
Subject: IRS, NSA, FAA and more, on increasing efficiency of government programs
Date: Mon May 19 16:21:27 MDT 2014
Evidence-Based Government to Drive Performance:
Using Evidence-based Assessments and Predictive Analytics to Maximize Efficiency of Government Programs
July 29-31, 2014 – Washington, DC
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Evidence-Based Government to Drive Performance
July 29 -31, Washington, DC

2 days of general session training plus 1 day of your choice of 3 hands-on interactive workshops
Sign up by June 13 for $400 early bird savings

Gain practical guidance from federal and local government agencies that are actively implementing evidence-based methodologies and predictive analytic tools that will significantly improve efficiency and effectiveness of your agency’s missions and programs .

Dean Silverman,
Director of Office of Compliance Analytics, IRS

Dean will cover how IRS Office of Compliance Analytics solved highest value problems facing the Service by:
  • Building a "test and learn" culture to reduce risk, accelerate implementation and enable productive innovation
  • Framing impactful and strategic questions
  • Leveraging data analysis to drive decision-making
  • Developing and utilizing testing to materially enhance results
Jeffrey Little, DirectorPerformance Management Division, Office of Strategic Planning and Management, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Jeff will discuss how working with other agencies helped to maximize agency’s efforts without utilizing expensive technology or expertise from outside. He will discuss the following strategies:
  • Using the Agency Priority Goal process
  • Data sharing
  • HUDStat and CityStat meetings


Dr. Richard Beck, Director, Office of Planning and Performance Management, Department of Interior

Richard will share how DOI employed a reduced number of key performance indicators (KPIs) that helped to determine agency’s progress to achieve its strategic goals. He will cover the following benefits of the DOI’s targeted KPIs:
  • More useful to senior managers and executives in helping to encourage discussion and planning that improves results
  • More representative of the organization
  • More informative and transparent to the public
  • Less costly in workforce time and resources

Plus, hear a comprehensive overview of strategies from NSA, FAA and many more!

Save $400 now with early bird pricing.  Register online today or call our training hotline: (888) 362-7400, x0 or (773) 695-9400, x0 -- ask for Mary Rose.  Please mention priority code  EM4 - G4 upon registration.  

I look forward to seeing you in Washington, DC!

Oksana Shubchinskaya
Conference Producer
Advanced Learning Institute

P.S. - If you register 3 you'll get a 4th registration for free!  See pricing chart for details.
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