It’s time for the Senate to confirm a permanent OPM director. Here’s why.
The Office of Personnel Management enables employees and agencies to work better. However, a lack of permanent leadership for much of the past decade has hampered OPM’s ability to support the 2 million public servants who work in government. In this post, Partnership President and CEO Max Stier urges the full Senate to act quickly on the nomination of Kiran Ahuja to serve as the agency’s new leader.
How federal agencies can reopen after the pandemic in an inclusive and equitable way
Even as federal offices begin to reopen, hybrid work environments and remote work are likely to remain options for many employees. We offer four strategies to help agencies successfully reopen in an equitable and inclusive way and ensure their employees are able to succeed in this new work environment.
Four recommendations to improve the federal customer experience
“Government for the People,” a recent report by the Partnership in collaboration with Accenture, offers tips for agency officials to improve the customer experience both during and after the pandemic. Read the four government-wide strategies that agency officials can implement to further improve services.
Agency resources for managing remote teams
The Office of Personnel Management and the General Services Administration released resources for supervisors who may now be managing remote teams on a more permanent basis. Discover these best practices to help managers support their remote employees.
We can’t improve government without understanding it
In Fed Figures, our new We the Partnership series, we will explore federal workforce data to help us better understand where government needs to improve and which solutions are most likely to generate results.