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  • #181973

    sam slosberg
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    Hi

    We are looking at building out our public website with more content for employees. I came across NIH’s public website and noticed the page they have dedicated for employees http://employees.nih.gov/.

    Does anyone else know of other federal agencies that have similar pages dedicated to employee resources/content and that are accessible from their public web sites? All tips/leads appreciated.

    Thanks so much,

    Sam

  • #181985

    Elizabeth Sullivan
    Participant

    I think that SAMHSA’s internet site also provides the info you’re looking for, under the “about us” tab: http://www.samhsa.gov.

  • #181983

    Susanna Marking
    Participant

    FEMA has their employee page on their public website: http://www.fema.gov/information-employees. It’s updated weekly with their “FEMA Weekly” employee newsletter, and has a bunch of tools and resources for all employees. This public page is especially help for our FEMA Reservists who don’t always have access to the internal network from their home.

  • #181981

    Don Jacobson
    Participant

    I have sought such public-facing pages myself, with the specific objective of finding sites that describe each Federal Government agency’s leadership development programs. You can see the list I have compiled at: http://govleaders.org/categories/training-federal-agency.htm. From each of the pages listed there, you should be able to navigate to other public-facing, employee-related web pages for each agency.

    I hope this helps!

  • #181979

    sam slosberg
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    Thanks so much Don. Great resource! Very helpful.

  • #181977

    sam slosberg
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    Thanks Elizabeth.

  • #181975

    sam slosberg
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    Thanks Susanna.

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