- Chief Performance Officer of the United States
Chief Performance Officer of the United States (CPO) is a position in the Office of Management and Budget (within the Executive Office of the President of the United States), first announced on January 7, 2009 by then President-elect Barack Obama. The new post concentrates on the federal budget and government reform. Obama selected Nancy Killefer to be the first CPO/Deputy OMB Director for Management, but before the Senate could vote on her confirmation, she withdrew her nomination, citing a "personal tax issue" as a likely distraction for the Obama administration. Jeffrey Zients was nominated as CPO on April 18, 2009 and confirmed by the Senate on June 19, 2009.
The title of and role definition for the "chief performance officer" originated with the publication of the META Group (now Gartner) research note #AD755 entitled DW Staffing: Part 2--Fresh Hot Roles (21 July 1999) by Douglas B. Laney.
In this research note Mr. Laney, then heading research and advisory services for the firm's data warehousing and business intelligence practice, defined the role as thus:
"Analogous to the Chief Operations Officer (COO), who is responsible for running the business, the Chief Performance Officer (CPO) is the executor of efforts to analyze the business. Together the COO and CPO coordinate in capturing and leveraging business performance data to affect improvements and innovations in business operations."
"In short, the CPO is responsible for the following activities:
- Negotiating and establishing business performance metrics, formulae and thresholds at various levels of the enterprise
- Assimilating industry benchmarks or other external data against which to gauge business performance
- Recommending a set of performance-based actions for the COO to implement
- Prioritizing and budgeting enterprise and line-of-business strategic performance initiatives
- Reporting strategic performance initiative progress and results (returns) to the executive team
- Implementing the components needed to collect, assimilate, analyze, and deliver business performance management data."
Throughout 1999-2004 Mr. Laney also presented at numerous industry conferences on the topic, and consulted to enterprises and government organization globally on the formation of the CPO or similar roles.
In 2003 the title and role were popularized in the book Chief Performance Officer: Measuring What Matters, Managing What Can be Measured by Tony Politano. In the book and subsequent publications 2004-2009 a methodology and set of techniques for CPOs are outlined and have become the standard by which CPOs are defined. Since the publication of the book Mr. Politano has since lectured, keynoted and made Television appearances  as an authority on the subject.
Several large corporations such as Yahoo, Wyndham Hotels, City of Chicago and NEC have created CPO positions.
- ^ Muskal, Michael (February 4, 2009). "Nancy Killefer withdraws as Obama's choice for performance officer". Los Angeles Times. http://articles.latimes.com/2009/feb/04/nation/na-nancy-killefer4. Retrieved 2009-06-19. [dead link]
- ^ Silva, Mark (April 19, 2009). "Jeffrey Zients is Obama's pick for chief performance officer". Los Angeles Times. http://articles.latimes.com/2009/apr/19/nation/na-obama-performance19. Retrieved 2009-06-19. [dead link]
- ^ Barquín, Ramón C. (April 14, 2009). "On Performance". B-eye Network. http://www.b-eye-network.com/view/10143. Retrieved 2009-06-19.
- ^ McCollum, Jordan (December 31, 2007). "Yahoo Loses Chief Performance Officer to Google". MarketingPilgrim.com. http://www.marketingpilgrim.com/2007/12/yahoo-loses-chief-performance-officer-to-google.html. Retrieved 2009-06-19.
- Obama poised to name chief performance officer
- RealClearPolitics.com: Killefer Withdraws (full text of Killefer's letter in request that Obama withdraw her nomination)
- The Rise of the Chief Performance Officer, Harvard Business Review Blog by Tom Davenport
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White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy
William M. Daley
National Security Advisor
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Thomas E. Donilon
White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations
Senior Advisor to the President
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Deputy National Security Advisor for Homeland Security John O. Brennan 2009– Director of Public Engagement
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Director of Intergovernmental Affairs Cecilia Muñoz 2009– White House Communications Director Daniel Pfeiffer 2009- Director, National Economic Council
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Deputy Director, National Economic Council Diana Farrell 2009– Deputy Press Secretary Bill Burton 2009– Deputy Director, National Economic Council
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Director of Special Projects Stephanie Cutter 2010-2011 Chair of the President's Economic Recovery Advisory Board Paul Volcker 2009– Director of Speechwriting Jon Favreau 2009– Chair of the Council of Economic Advisors
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Member of the Council of Economic Advisors Katharine Abraham 2011- Deputy Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs Lisa Konwinski 2009– Member of the Council of Economic Advisors Cecilia Rouse 2009– Executive Clerk George T. Saunders† 2009– Director, Office of Management and Budget
Director, Office of Political Affairs
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Performance Officer and Deputy Director for Management, Office of Management and Budget Jeffrey Zients
2009– Chief Information Officer
Director, Office of Presidential Personnel
Deputy Director, Office of Management and Budget
Director of Scheduling and Advance
Director, White House Military Office
George D. Mulligan, Jr.
United States Trade Representative Ron Kirk 2009– Cabinet Secretary Chris Lu 2009– Director, Domestic Policy Council Melody Barnes 2009– Deputy Cabinet Secretary Liz Sears Smith 2009– Deputy Director, Domestic Policy Council Heather Higginbottom 2009– Staff Secretary Lisa Brown 2009– Director, Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships Joshua DuBois 2009– Director, Office of Management and Administration Bradley Kiley 2009– Director, Office of Health Reform Nancy DeParle 2009–2011 Director, Oval Office Operations Micaela Fernandez 2009– Deputy Director, Office of Health Reform Jeanne Lambrew 2009– Personal Aide to the President Reggie Love 2009– Director, Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy Carol Browner 2009–2011 Personal Secretary to the President Katie Johnson 2009– Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change Heather Zichal 2009– Special Projects Coordinator and Confidential Assistant to the President Eugene Kang
2009– Director, Council on Environmental Quality
Director, Office of National AIDS Policy
Chief of Staff to the First Lady
Director, Office of National Drug Control Policy Gil Kerlikowske 2009– White House Social Secretary Desirée Rogers
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