A new tool to help HR teams improve federal hiring
A look at recent federal hiring data shows that hiring managers did not extend job offers to applicants for roughly one-half of the competitive, open-to-the-public federal job announcements in fiscal year 2020. The Hiring Assessment and Selection Outcome Dashboard is a first-of-its-kind tool to share publicly available federal hiring data from USAJOBS to help hiring managers more effectively fill positions in the future.
Nine strategies to help you evolve your talent pipeline
The federal government often has trouble recruiting the talent it needs. We share strategies that agencies can use to improve their talent pipelines, as featured in the Partnership’s report, “A Time for Talent: Improving Federal Recruiting and Hiring.”
Why internal customer experience helps agencies deliver on their mission
To deliver on mission and operate smoothly, federal agencies require mission-support employees to provide high-quality internal customer experience. The Partnership’s new Mission Support Leadership Program aims to provide these employees with the leadership skills they need to support their colleagues and the government as a whole.
Leaders show how government can improve hiring to address 21st century tech challenges
At the Tech Talent for 21st Century Government report launch, Matt Cutts, administrator of the U.S. Digital Service, and Clare Martorana, chief information officer at the Office of Personnel Management, shared their insights into how the federal government can address modern challenges. Learn more about how agencies can improve hiring and attract private-sector talent in video highlights from the event.
Five lessons learned from federal innovators
The Partnership and Slalom Consulting hosted the Federal Innovation Summit to highlight lessons learned from successful federal innovations, bust myths about key barriers, and identify opportunities to implement proven practices. Read this post to explore five key takeaways from the summit.