Publications

PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE STATEMENT ON THE OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET’S NEWLY RELEASED DATA ON FEDERAL SERVICES

September 19, 2019

Publication Type: News Release

Tags: Customer Experience,Leadership Development

WASHINGTON – Partnership for Public Service Executive Vice President Meroe Park released the following statement applauding the Office of Management and Budget’s newly released data and information on 25 high-impact federal service providers. Whether working with veterans to access health care services or assisting students with financial aid to attend college, the federal government serves...

PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE STATEMENT ON THE PASSING OF BOARD MEMBER, EMMY AWARD-WINNING BROADCAST JOURNALIST AND BESTSELLING AUTHOR COKIE ROBERTS

September 17, 2019

Publication Type: News Release

WASHINGTON – Partnership for Public Service President and CEO Max Stier released the following statement following the passing of board member Cokie Roberts. “The entire Partnership for Public Service family joins millions around the world in mourning the loss of beloved author, political commentator and dear friend Cokie Roberts. Cokie joined the Partnership’s board of...

PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE STATEMENT ON CONFIRMATION OF DALE CABANISS AS DIRECTOR OF THE OFFICE OF PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT

September 11, 2019

Publication Type: News Release

Publication Topic: Develop Strong Leaders,Inspire and Hire Mission-Critical Talent,Modernize Management Systems

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 11, 2019                                          CONTACT: Onamé Thompson 202-775-9111 WASHINGTON – Partnership for Public Service President and CEO Max Stier released the following statement on the Senate confirmation of Dale Cabaniss as the director of the Office of Personnel Management:  “Our federal government faces many critical workforce challenges – from recruiting a new generation to serve to improving...

Senate Passes Bipartisan Bill to Strengthen Transition Team Ethics Requirements

August 5, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

On Thursday the Senate passed a bipartisan bill that would clarify the duties of the General Services Administration during presidential changeovers as well as require presidential candidates to publicly release ethics plans for their transitions before the election. 

Agencies Need Tech-Savvy Feds to Address AI Challenges

August 25, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

Algorithmic bias, security and explainability are among the top issues the government must address as it hands over more responsibility to AI, according to a recent report.

Fed-up workers, repairs delayed, missed mortgage payments: Why the government shutdown never ended for some

July 27, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

On a cold morning last January, President Donald Trump declared at a hastily arranged news conference in the White House Rose Garden that a deal had been struck to end the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

What’s behind the US government’s massive spending on temp workers

August 2, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

In most ways, Christine Happel is doing what she imagined she’d be able to do with a PhD in molecular biology: Working at the National Institutes of Health, helping run a multi-million dollar program aimed at translating research on extracellular RNA into actual treatments for ailments ranging from bone marrow disorders to Alzheimer’s.

‘Draining The Swamp’ Of Federal Agricultural Researchers, Economists And More

August 12, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

In September, the U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to relocate two of its departments–a combined total of more than 500 jobs–from the D.C. area to Kansas City. The move has sparked legal questions about whether the U.S.D.A. can cover the cost of the relocation without budgetary approval from Congress.

PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE APPLAUDS LEGISLATION DESIGNED TO IMPROVE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE IN GOVERNMENT

July 26, 2019

Publication Type: News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 26, 2019 CONTACT: Onamé Thompson 202-775-6898 WASHINGTON – Partnership for Public Service President and CEO Max Stier released the following statement on the Senate’s passage of S. 1275, the Federal Agency Customer Experience Act of 2019. “The Partnership for Public Service applauds the Senate passing the Federal Agency Customer Experience Act....

It’s a Precarious Time for Any Official in Trump’s Orbit

July 13, 2019

Publication Type: In the News

Alexander Acosta’s exit gratifies those who wanted him gone for his role in the Epstein plea deal. But the president’s advisers fear how more turnover reflects broader turmoil within the administration.