He was featured in a segment highlighting the importance of filling job vacancies in the understaffed federal government.
Nonpartisan civil servants are leaving this administration in droves. Here’s why America needs them to stay.
The annual Best Places to Work in the Federal Government® rankings measure the organizational health of our federal government. Discover which agencies are leading the way in improving government employee engagement.
Injured nuclear workers finally had support. The Trump administration has mothballed it.
ProPublica / March 09, 2018
Reading between the lines on agency mission statements
Government Executive / March 09, 2018
Wanted: Public servants
U.S. News and World Report / March 09, 2018
Appointee watch: HR leaders confirmed, while another official resigns
Government Executive / March 08, 2018
Jeff Pon confirmed as OPM director
Federal Times / March 08, 2018
The Federal Exodus
Foundations: However Much You Disagree With Trump, Don’t Abandon Government
Chronicle of Philanthropy
The Road to Government Reform Is Filled With Landmines
Stop Winging It, Mr. President
Our updated guide, produced with support from The Boston Consulting Group, includes lessons learned from the 2016 transition, new documents, graphics and templates, as well as a new chapter on planning for second term transitions.
AI has become commonplace in the commercial world. It also is starting to change how our government works—from serving vulnerable populations to helping prevent wildlife crime. Our first research brief on this topic details the experiences of four organizations exploring the potential of AI.
The Partnership and IBM Center for The Business of GovernmentRead more
This report examines how IGs can contribute to agencies accomplishing their mission. By focusing as much on impact as they do on process, IGs can play a crucial role in helping government meet the needs of Americans. The new issue brief includes four key strategies IGs can use to move toward a more forward looking role.
The Partnership and Grant ThorntonRead more
Some government agencies use cutting-edge technology to deliver better services more efficiently at lower costs.But too often, limited funds are directed to maintain old technology systems rather than invest in new ones. This new report outlines concrete steps leaders can take to pursue ambitious—and vital—IT reforms.
The Partnership and AccentureRead more
“Year after year, the inability of Congress to do its job has eroded the ability of federal agencies to make program, policy and management decisions.”
NBC NewsRead more
To recruit top talent, agencies should use data, encourage collaboration between hiring managers and HR staff and rely on special hiring authorities. Learn how agencies can bring federal hiring into the 21st century in the Partnership for Public Service and LinkedIn's new issue brief.
The Partnership and LinkedInRead more