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Partnership for Public Service Statement on the Announcement of Rob Shriver as Nominee for Deputy Director of OPM

August 3, 2022

WASHINGTON – The nonpartisan, nonprofit Partnership for Public Service released the following statement after the White House today announced that Rob Shriver has been selected to serve as the deputy director of the Office of Personnel Management.  

“The Office of Personnel Management is critically important to building the federal workforce and supporting our nation’s 2 million public servants,” said Max Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service. “Rob Shriver’s extensive government experience across two administrations, including his current role as associate director for employee services at OPM, make him an excellent choice to be the agency’s deputy director. The Partnership has been fortunate to work with Rob in his current role where he has made significant process on key issues ranging from pay, performance management, the future of the federal workforce, and  telework – just  a few of the challenging issues he has handled with an attention to detail that is second to none. 

Stier continued, “I congratulate Rob on his nomination and look forward to continuing working with him to strengthen the civil service system, revitalize OPM and make our federal government more effective.” 

During the past 20 years, the nonpartisan, nonprofit Partnership for Public Service has been dedicated to building a better government and a stronger democracy. We work across administrations to help transform the way government works by providing agencies with the data insights they need to succeed, developing effective leaders, inspiring the next generation to public service, facilitating smooth presidential transitions and recognizing exceptional federal employees. Visit ourpublicservice.org, follow us @PublicService and subscribe today to get the latest federal news, information on upcoming Partnership programs and events, and more.      

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