We are pleased to present the Top Management Challenges Report. In accordance with the Reports Consolidation Act of 2000, the Inspector General reports on the most serious management and performance challenges facing the U.S. AbilityOne Commission. We illustrate new challenges such as the challenge to effectively allocate scarce resources rather than lack of resources and we included continuous work on financial management as a challenge for this year. The Commission designates Central Nonprofit Agencies (CNAs) to facilitate employment of people who are blind of have significant disabilities. the dynamics of the CNAs in the program are changing and growing. Our reporting reflects on, and seeks to assist in, this challenging environment. In this year's Top Management and Performance Challenges Report we include the most pressing challenges: 1) allocation of roles, resources and responsibilities 2) implementation of 898 panel recommendations, 3) Anti-deficiency Act violations, 4) transparency, 5) erosion of statutory program authority, 6) implementation of cooperative agreements, 7) a lack of risk management, and 8) needed enhancements to program compliance.
Thursday, November 12, 2020
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Top Management Challenges
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