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Gianna Juarez participated in the Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program as a public policy intern at the Department of Commerce. She discusses her experience in the program and how her internship enjoyed inspired her to join the federal government in a full-time position.
While a majority of the public in the U.S. is distrustful of the federal government, their view is much more favorable regarding our nation’s civil servants, the people working behind-the-scenes to carry out a wide array of federal programs and policies.
Jon Wolf and Jon Cohen, partners at Fair Point Productions, join the “Profiles in Public Service” podcast to talk about their work as the executive producers of “The G Word with Adam Conover.” Wolf and Cohen discuss how they created the show and what they learned about showcasing the federal government’s impact on our daily lives to general audiences.
The Partnership and Boston Consulting Group launched the Federal Data and Digital Maturity Index survey that asked federal employees across six agencies to measure their data and digital performance. In this blog post, we take a deep dive into the survey’s section on human capital, a set of questions that evaluates how agencies recruit, hire, develop, engage and retain their data and digital workforces.
The Partnership welcomed the summer 2022 cohort of the Future Leaders in Public Service Internship Program ahead of their internships at the departments of Commerce and Transportation. More than 80 attendees joined the event in person and online to welcome the interns.
On this episode of the “Profiles in Public Service” podcast, Carrie Stokes and Sawyer McCarley discuss how digital mapping tools and technologies shape decisions about providing humanitarian assistance in developing countries, and why mentoring and investing in young people is critical to public service.