According to Pfeiffer, and this stoplight-styled scorecard (think Bush-era President’s Management Agenda), federal agency performance toward meeting their goals has been green like the grass under the two feet of snow covering the White House lawn. And rainbows.
If you count it up, all but four of the 29 agencies scored the highest (green) rating — “meets expectations” — across the initiatives four categories graded to date: high value data, data integrity, open web pages and public consultation.
The agencies that received lower scores for some categories received nothing less than a middling (yellow) rating for making “progress toward expectations.” Not a single agency received the lowest (red) rating, “fails to meet expectations.”
FedLine has no clue what the rainbows for “Overall Rating” mean, but they sure are pretty.