2016 Presidential Transition Project
ACT-IAC undertook its third Presidential transition project under the auspices of the Institute for Innovation. As with the prior two initiatives, our goal is to provide the next Administration with insights and advice on how to improve government through the effective and innovative use of technology. The project leaders were Mark Forman (former OMB E-Government Administrator) and Roger Baker (former Chief Information Officer of the Department of Veterans Affairs). Scott Gould (former VA Deputy Secretary) and Sean O’Keefe (former NASA Administrator) served as senior advisors.
These leaders, with the assistance of ACT-IAC volunteers developed a series of issue papers to advise the next Administration. To read the papers, click here. For more background information about the project click here.
ACT-IAC also worked with an inter-organizational coalition under the leadership of the Partnership for Public Service to coordinate transition activities. For more information, contact Mike Howell at Mhowell@actiac.org.
|Jan 20, 2016||Background Information on ACT-IAC 2016 Presidential Transition Project||ACT-IAC|
|Jul 15, 2016||Transition 2016, Equipping the Government for Success in 2016 and Beyond||National Academy of Public Administration|
|Sep 15, 2016||PSC 45: An Agenda for the Next President of the United States||Professional Services Council|
|Oct 3, 2016||Performance, Accountability, Evidence and Improvement, Reflections and Recommendations to the Next Administration||National Academy of Public Administration|
|Oct 4, 2016||Presidential Transition Handbook: The Role of Inspectors General and the Transition to a New Administration||The Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency|
|Oct 26, 2016||Seven steps to a smooth transition||Federal Computer Week|
|Nov 10, 2016||What Are President-Elect Trump’s Positions on Tech and Innovation?||Nextgov|
|Nov 14, 2016||Trump transition team 'evaluating' entire executive office structure||fedscoop|
|Nov 28, 2016||Donald Trump's management agenda||Federal Computer Week|
|Nov 28, 2016||ITIF Retracts Statement Suggesting Trump Get Rid of USDS||Meritalk|