Well meaning, but will have unintended consequences by further reducing the effectiveness of our government, and resources within agencies will be diverted to the administrative tasks and not the missions of the agencies. Whenever we ask for more accountability, we end up with more bean counters and less people to harvest the beans, then agencies get told they are not producing enough beans so their budgets will be reduced...and so goes the downward spiral until our agencies are top heavy with administration and no one to provide services to the people. Sound familiar? And no, government is not a business meant to profit, it is more like a non-profit meant to benefit the American people by providing services. We need to stop asking for something that we don't want! A government like a business will benefit FROM the American people, NOT BENEFIT THE AMERICAN PEOPLE. I am all for reasonable accountability, and I would like to see government hold its public servants to the high standard that I try to live up to each day as one myself. but when the cost of policing is more than the service provided, I have a real problem. Please evaluate the cost of added reporting before requiring it. I would support similar legislation that is balanced in its approach.