Recruiting and retaining diverse talent from outside the Washington, D.C. area
Several barriers make it difficult for federal hiring managers working outside the Washington, D.C. area to recruit and retain talent. By serving as a connector between job seekers and federal agencies, the Partnership aims to reduce these barriers.
How a shift in data operations helped California better serve people during the pandemic
In 2016, the California Health and Human Services Agency began merging data from disparate programs on a single platform, using standard data categories and definitions. This shift enabled the agency to respond more effectively and efficiently when the COVID-19 pandemic hit.
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.
Three tips to help you collaborate across agencies and sectors
Dave Smith, partner and CEO of X Sector Labs, offers recommendations to help organizations form partnerships across sectors and agencies. Successful collaboration is key to any organization achieving its mission and serving its communities.