How Partnership West embraces diversity, equity and inclusion
Organizations should promote diversity, equity and inclusion, but program managers often struggle to incorporate these principles into their day-to-day work and organizational strategy. Here are three examples that demonstrate how Partnership West has woven diversity, equity and inclusion into its operations, so others can consider how they might emphasize this in their own programs.
Building state-federal partnerships in California during COVID-19
To respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, California has emphasized intergovernmental collaboration with the new California Federal Partners for COVID-19 task force. In just a few months, the group has helped build and strengthen communication and coordination between local, state and federal government leaders in the state.
Bringing the Partnership to the West Coast
Introducing Partnership West, an extension of the Partnership’s operations to the West Coast, starting in California— home to more than 150,000 civil servants and the largest regional population of federal workers outside our nation’s capital.
Best practices for reorganizing and transforming agencies
Federal leaders have initiated transformation efforts to tackle complex organizational challenges. Some have produced meaningful change, while many have not. To help agency leaders address these challenges, we offer six tips to help drive successful transformations.
Taking action to advance public service in America
Max Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service, participated in a panel discussion titled “Taking Action to Advance Service in America” at an event hosted by the National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service. Read about the ideas he and the other panelists shared during the session.
Using artificial intelligence when disaster strikes
Federal, state and local governments can use artificial intelligence in all phases of disaster resilience, according to the “Into the Storm” issue brief published by the Partnership and Microsoft. At a release event for the report, experts discussed the basic principles disaster resilience officials should keep in mind when considering the use of AI.
Future of Government Service Survey: How do your views compare with other federal executives?
Discussions about the future of public service and how to strengthen the federal government must be informed by the right data. The Future of Government Service Survey collects that data through feedback from federal executives. Learn why you should take the survey if contacted.
Risky business: A framework for risk management in federal government
At a virtual release event for the Mastering Risk: Ways to Advance Enterprise Risk Management Across Government issue brief, Spyro Karetsos, chief risk officer at TD Ameritrade, shared his framework for weaving risk management into the fabric of an organization.
Cybersecurity: Staying resilient in the face of a cyber breach
Cyber resilience is crucial in protecting mission-critical government work, but which methods are most effective in responding to cyberattacks? Learn how two federal agencies approached cyber resilience and apply these lessons to your agency.
Helping agency leaders prepare their employees to return to the workplace
To help agencies prepare for a return to workspaces, the Partnership worked with experts across government to develop a list of 25 issues for leaders to consider as they plan for employees to gather in physical workplaces.