The Partnership has a new website. Here are 5 big changes.
The Partnership’s web and design team launched a new version of our main website. More than a year in the making, the new site gives a fresh look to our work and organizes our content to help you more easily find what you’re looking for.
Best practices for diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility at nonprofit organizations
Implementing new diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility initiatives requires a big commitment of time and resources. The Partnership recently underwent an internal DEIA transformation, so we’re sharing the lessons we learned to help other organizations successfully launch and measure their own DEIA projects.
Building better diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives
At a Federal Communicators Network event, members of the Technology Transformation Services Diversity Guild discussed how federal communicators professionals can build better diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives. The panelists shared three key recommendations: identify a baseline, integrate DEI principles into a strategic plan and clearly define success.
The Sammies Series: Q&A with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Cedric Sims and civil rights lawyer Jon Michael Seward
2020 Service to America Medals finalist Jon Michael Seward, a principal deputy chief in the Department of Justice’s civil rights division, spoke with Booz Allen Hamilton’s Cedric Sims, about his work ensuring underserved and minority communities gain access to credit.
A unique opportunity for more diverse representation in government
After Election Day, first- and second-term administrations have an opportunity to better diversify leadership in the federal government by filling thousands of top management positions.
Veterans Benefits Administration diversity and equal employment
The Veterans Benefits Administration has long sought to foster a culture of diversity, equity and inclusion. Margarita Devlin, the agency’s principal deputy under secretary for benefits, discusses the four ways VBA is committed to building and maintaining a diverse and inclusive workforce.
Meet Michelle Massarik, a young woman taking on the world of cybersecurity
Michelle Massarik, a participant in the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative, talks about her new assignment in the federal government and offers advice for women interested in cybersecurity careers.