BLAIR HOUSE PAPERS JANUAR Y 1997 PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE NATIONAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW The The BLAIR HOUSE PAPERS JANUAR Y 1997 PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON VICE PRESIDENT AL GORE NATIONAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW FOREWORD FROMPRESIDENTBILLCLINTON The era of big government is over, but the era of big challenges is not.
The Blair House Papers Some challenges for the second term Passport applications are available on the World Wide Web. Get passports issued fast for all applicants, with no long waits in line Service is so fast that the NY benefits office turned its waiting room into a museum on six wars.
Bill Clinton, Albert Gore, Jr. DIANE Publishing, 1998 - 43 pages. Contains the instructions presented to the Cabinet in Jan. 1997 by Pres. Clinton and VP Gore on the issue of reinventing...
Blair House Papers Blair House Papers January 1997 Introduction by Vice President Al Gore In 1993, President Clinton asked me to figure out how to make government work better and cost less. We called it reinventing government. The need to reinvent was clear.
Dubbed the Blair House Papers, after the location of the cabinet retreat, the Vice President asked the Cabinet to build on the successes of the first four years and deliver great service, foster partnerships and community solutions, and reinvent to get the job done with less. He challenged the Cabinet to get the best from their people.
The Blair House Papers (January 1997) ACCESS AMERICA (February 1997) Document updated February 1997
Blair House papers by National Performance Review (U.S.), 1997, National Performance Review edition, in English