Government Performance and Results Act Report

The GPRA report contains the performance indicators for both the University and for the Clerc Center, as submitted to the U.S. Department of Education. This material was submitted as specified in the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) of 1993. The purposes of the act, paraphrased here, are to: hold Federal agencies accountable for achieving results; set goals, measure performance, and reporting publicly on progress; improve effectiveness and public accountability; help Federal managers improve services; improve Congressional decision making on Federal programs; and improve internal management of the Federal Government. (For additional information, refer to the Office of Management and Budget's website)

Current Reports:

FY 2013 GPRA Executive Summary
FY 2013 GPRA Report

Previous Reports:

FY 2012 GPRA Executive Summary
FY 2012 GPRA Report

FY_2011_GPRA_Executive_Summary

FY_2011_GU_GPRA_Report_FINAL

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