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White House launches artificial intelligence information portal

White House launches artificial intelligence information portal

May 10, 2021

Passed this year, the National Artificial Intelligence Initiative Act aims to connect and coordinate federal agencies’ AI work to ensure the United States remains a leader in using this groundbreaking technology. We look back at the Partnership’s research reports on AI in federal, state and local governments to examine how public servants can better use AI in their work.

Assessing the Biden administration’s first 100 days

Assessing the Biden administration’s first 100 days

April 30, 2021

Last October, the Partnership launched the Roadmap for Renewing our Federal Government to propose several ways the Biden administration could revitalize government to meet the many challenges facing our nation. Looking back on the first 100 days of the administration, we highlight how the Biden team made progress in addressing several issues in the Roadmap’s four main focus areas.

Why the transition isn’t over: What’s next for the Biden administration

Why the transition isn’t over: What’s next for the Biden administration

April 29, 2021

To mark the first 100 days of President Biden’s administration, the Center for Presidential Transition and the University of Virginia’s Miller Center co-hosted an event, entitled “Why the Transition isn’t Over: A Look at What’s Next for the Biden Administration,” featuring a bipartisan panel of former senior administration officials. The panelists discussed their experiences working on presidential transitions and gave insights into a new administration’s first 100 days.

Congress enacted the first coronavirus relief bill one year ago. How has the money been spent?

Congress enacted the first coronavirus relief bill one year ago. How has the money been spent?

April 21, 2021

One year after Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, we examined how the funds have been spent. In an event co-hosted with the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease and Control Prevention, and Dr. Georges Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Administration, discussed how the emergency bill benefited the public.

The benefits of hiring talent without a four-year degree for federal jobs

The benefits of hiring talent without a four-year degree for federal jobs

April 16, 2021

To better attract and hire diverse talent, federal agencies should recruit candidates without four-year degrees for positions that don’t require one. This practice could benefit hiring managers, job seekers and federal agencies around the country by increasing representation and expanding access to high-quality talent.