What's New on ExpectMore.gov
This page will be updated periodically when performance related materials become available.
Mirroring ExpectMore.gov on another websiteExpectMore Source Code
If you are interested in mirroring this website on your own servers, we have posted the complete zipped html package of ExpectMore.gov. This site is in the public domain and may be mirrored on other sites. This will increase transparency and create an archive of the program assessment information.
In September 2008, summmary and details of how agencies are addressing GAO's High Risk issues list have been posted to ExpectMore.gov. Some of the detailed reports will be posted as they are completed.
Links to Performance Related Agency InformationAgency Performance Related Documents
In addition to the links on each Agency page on ExpectMore.gov, this list offers a comprehensive list of federal agencies performance related documents in one easy to find place. This list includes links to Agency Congressional Budget Justifications, Performance and Accounatbility Reports and Strategic Plans as well as their ExpectMore.gov Agency summary page. It will be updated as more documents become available.
PART Program Ratings and Funding Data Sheet
Funding information for each PART program can be found here. This excel spreadsheet contains data on all program ratings, section scores, actual funding data for FY 2007, FY 2008 and FY 2009 proposed budget and type of programs for all completed PARTs. You may use this file to pivot the data and create summary statistics and charts of PART data. Two pivots table have been created in this spreadsheet for your convenience: 1. pivot of the data by Agency Rating and 2. pivot of the data by FY 2009 request by rating and agency.
Changes to ExpectMore.gov navigation
Last year to make navigation around ExpectMore.gov smoother, we moved the detailed assessments link, "View Assessment Details," to the top of the program summary page to the left of the assessment title. This will make it clearer to find the detailed PART answers, questions and evidence for each assessment. We also enhanced our metadata for easier searches of the vast program performance data available on ExpectMore.gov. Over 1000 programs of the federal government representing over $2.6 trillion of government spending have been assessed.
This file is a CSV (comma space delimited) zip file of all data available on ExpectMore.gov. It can be imported into any database model or spreadsheet program and queries run against the data. Right click on the link and 'Save Target As' to save the zip file to your computer. This diagram shows the relationships between the data in the CSV file.
The Council for Excellence in Government and the Office of Management and Budget have published an easy to understand pamphlet describing the PART process and how Congress can better utilize the information on ExpectMore.gov.