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    The National Science Foundation's Advisory Committee for GPRA Performance Assessment (AC/GPA) was established in June 2002 to provide advice and recommendations to the NSF Director regarding the Foundation's performance under the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) of 1993.

    The AC/GPA responsibilities focus on NSF's four strategic outcome goals of People, Ideas, Tools, and Organizational Excellence and their associated performance indicators. Indicator performance is used by the Foundation to assess annual progress toward attainment of its long-term outcome goals. For each outcome goal, NSF judges itself successful when, in the aggregate, results reported demonstrate significant achievement for the majority of associated indicators. The AC/GPA's assessment of whether NSF has demonstrated significant achievement with respect to individual performance indicators is based on the collective experience and expertise of the Committee.

    The Committee met on June 22-23, 2004 at NSF. The Committee's report is available on this website. Findings and recommendations in the report will be incorporated into the Foundation's FY 2004 Performance and Accountability Report, which is submitted to the Office of Management and Budget in November.


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