Doing What Works to EndU.S. Hunger
Federal Food Programs Are Efective,but Can Work Even Better
Joel Berg March 2010
This publication is a product o CAP’s Doing What Works project, which promotes government reorm toeciently allocate scarce resources and achieve greater results or the American people. Doing What Worksspecically has three key objectives: (1) eliminating or redesigning misguided spending programs and taxexpenditures ocused on priority areas such as health care, energy, and education; (2) boosting governmentproductivity by streamlining management and strengthening operations in the areas o human resources,inormation technology, and procurement; and (3) building a oundation or smarter decision making byenhancing transparency, perormance measurement, and evaluation. Doing What Works publications andproducts can be viewed at http://www.americanprogress.org/projects/doing_what_works.