Performance.gov is a new site managed by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) that assesses how agencies do according to criteria outlined by Executive Order or as identified by the agencies themselves.

StarTwenty-four agencies are listed in the assessment for sustainability.Social entrepreneurs can use the set-up and content of Performance.gov in devising transparency, accountability, and reporting measures.  You can read more about what performance.gov is and the set-up and choice of criteria for reviewing how “green” federal agencies are in the previous posts in this series on Performance.gov.How Do Federal Agencies Score on Sustainability?

The ratings are relayed with green, yellow, and red dots indicating strong compliance (green), intermediate compliance (yellow), non-compliance (red) with target goals.

So, the million dollar question, how did the agencies score for 2010?

The Winners
The following Federal agencies led the pack, featuring green indicators for all criteria:

Strong Showing 
The following agencies had a strong featuring green indicators for 6 out of 7 criteria.

Bottom of the Class
The following agencies rounded the bottom of the group featuring a majority of non-green indicators (i.e. 4 yellow or red indicators)

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