As the season approaches for year-past reflections on progress and growth, the annual federal Chief Human Capital Officers (CHCO) Council public meeting forecasted a year ahead with room to grow in fostering a merit-based, nationally representative workforce.
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Just as the relationship between corporate IT departments and employees has shifted, interactions between vendors and CHCOs are evolving toward a state of greater collaboration, in the interest of flexible systems that are highly responsive to agency demands. As a result, the systems elevate business process management capabilities. There’s no need to “reinvent the wheel”… Read more »
Good government comes from good people. Plain and simple. You can’t accomplish anything in government, let alone make it more effective, unless you have the right people in the right jobs. This makes sense, but then why doesn’t the government focus on hiring? Why are Chief Human Capital Officers routinely excluded from a leadership seat?Read… Read more »
Agency and program leaders depend on a range of mission support functions, such as finance, technology, acquisition, or workforce management, to get their jobs done. The delivery of these functions, however, have changed significantly over the past quarter century. Twenty-five years ago, federal agencies typically did not have key executives leading mission support functions. TheseRead… Read more »
How can leaders of Federal programs improve outcomes by capitalizing on approaches and tools developed in the “chiefs” communities (Chief Financial, Information, Acquisition, and Human Capital Officers)? Background Twenty years ago, federal agencies typically did not have senior executives leading key mission support functions such as finance, technology, acquisition, or workforce. Over those two decades,Read… Read more »