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Research and Publications / October 20, 2016
From Inefficient to Integrated: Automating Human Resources Processes Improves Workforce Management
Research and Publications / October 12, 2016
From Decisions to Results: Building a More Effective Government Through a Transformed Office of Management and Budget
Research and Publications / September 12, 2016
Making Government Work for the American People: A Management Roadmap for the New Administration
Research and Publications / August 15, 2016
Encouraging and Sustaining Innovation in Government: Technology and innovation in the next administration
Research and Publications / August 08, 2016
2015 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® Analysis: Moving the Needle on Employee Engagement During the Presidential Transition
In the News / October 10, 2016
Veterans preference in federal hiring: Is it too strong?
News Release / October 06, 2016
Partnership for Public Service Hosts a Discussion on How the Next President Can Transform the Office of Management and Budget
In the News / October 04, 2016
Federal hiring remains a work in progress after many fixes
In the News / October 03, 2016
How the presidential transition process has evolved over time
In the News / October 03, 2016
Navigating the presidential transition