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Carole Banks,Deputy Chief Financial Officer, Department of the Treasury
Jenni Main,Director of the Office of Financial Management and Chief Financial Officer, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Fred Nutt,Senior Advisor, Office of Management and Budget
Tim Soltis, Deputy Controller, Office of Management and Budget
Reduce the monetary loss to the tax payers by issuing payments correctly the first time and, as appropriate, recovering funds that were paid incorrectly.
While improper payments may compromise citizens' trust in government, they are not always indicative of fraud, nor do they necessarily represent payments that should not have been made.
To improve the efficiencies of government programs by focusing on getting government payments right the first time they are made and reducing the cost associated with an incorrect payment.
The President’s Management Agenda identifies cross-agency priority (CAP) goals to target those areas where multiple agencies must collaborate to effect change and report progress in a manner the public can easily track.
In this the section, find the key indicator from the CAP Goal Action Plan used to measure how this goal is performing.