Partnership for Public Service Statement Condemning Systemic Racism

Partnership President and CEO Max Stier has issued a statement responding to the events that have once again exposed the racial divide within our country and emphasizing the Partnership’s commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).

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The Preparing to Lead program is a professional development opportunity for federal employees who are interested in pursuing a career in leadership at their agencies.

2020 Survey on the Future of Government Service

The survey, sponsored by the Partnership for Public Service and higher education institutions, asks federal executives about their backgrounds, experiences and views. The results from the survey will provide insight into the challenges facing federal agencies and contribute to efforts to strengthen America’s public service and the operations of the federal government.

The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that strives for a more effective government for the American people. Here’s how we do it:

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We’ve given over 200 briefings using our Best Places to Work data and honored over 500 outstanding federal employees through our Service to America medals.

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