Also, I have to agree that 7 seems like a reasonable staff count for a program that should be able to deliver incredibly asymmetrical results. For one thing, the pool of applicants, while growing each year, is more than manageable with the right tools; for another, the number of federal hiring managers interested and able to participate in the program shouldn’t number more than a few thousand (and that’s probably overestimating). At an artificial cap of 500 appointments per year, there shouldn’t be more than, say, 1500 fellows to track at any given point in the year (although alumni present a slightly bigger challenge).
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