Strengthens the leadership and business skills of federal financial management professionalsApply by March 13
Provides federal staff with proven tactics to improve community outcomesApply by March 20
Prepares senior-level public servants to become effective leaders, not just managersApply by April 3
Event to compare federal agencies with similar responsibilities in five categoriesFebruary 22
Online training series to give frontline supervisors proven approaches to improving employee engagementMarch 21-23
A management lesson for President Trump: government works better when morale is high
Federal websites, agencies frozen in time, or MIA
How the hiring freeze targets millennials
Revenge of the government nerds
Insiders: Senate delays on Trump Cabinet cripple agencies’ work agendas
The U.S. Has Too Many Political Appointees
Trump’s hiring freeze will do the opposite of what he wants
OMB: A small agency with big muscles to help President-elect Trump succeed
Beyond Trump’s High-profile White House picks: A long, slow process to staff the administration
What America’s next President is really getting into
Antiquated HR processes cost agencies money, hamper employee productivity and undermine staffing decisions. This report offers solutions available to improve your agency’s HR systems and and benefit you in many ways.
This report suggests six target areas for the next president to focus on in order to transform the Office of Management and Budget into a primary coordination hub for translating decisions made at the White House and Congress into results for citizens.
Through roundtable dialogues with a range of experts we have developed a management roadmap for the next administration about critical management issues.