CitiStat Comes to the Middle Kingdom

Ketti, Donald F.
August 2011
Governing;Aug2011, Vol. 24 Issue 11, p16
The article discusses the strategies implemented by the U.S. and China in an aim to achieve greater productivity and generate more income and revenue. It says that both countries are reaching to their respective government's reform toolbox in a bid to implement top performance management to bolster its economy. Also, it states that both governments have been eyeing for top performance management systems in handling its internal and external functions.


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