Certified Government Auditing Professional® (CGAP®)
Question No. 1
The concept of performance management shifts the focus of government decision-making and accountability away from monetary aspects to the activities undertaken to achieve results. And also effective performance management establishes programs and resources within the organization that address its agency-wide objectives and administers them through four phases:
“plan, do, check, and act.” Guiding principles include long-range planning, collaborative input, a “results” orientation, decisions based upon measurable data, and continuous improvement in outcomes.
Choose the correct option from the given list.
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