The Office of Personnel Management isn't going anywhere any time soon, but after the National Academy of Public Administration's 114-page report, it's still an open question where the agency heads next.
Will NAPA's recommendations for OPM melt like a snowball on a hot Capitol plaza?
The National Academy of Public Administration's highly anticipated report to Congress on the future of the Office of Personnel Management is finally out. For the details, NAPA president and CEO Terry Gerton.
After a year-long study, the National Academy of Public Administration offered up 23 recommendations on how Congress and the new administration could restructure, strengthen and refocus the Office of Personnel Management as the principal, independent human capital agency in the federal government.
The Biden administration tapped Kiran Ahuja, a former chief of staff at the agency, to lead the Office of Personnel Management. If confirmed, she'll have several tough challenges on her plate.
The Biden administration quickly eliminated many of its predecessors' signature federal workforce policies. With the Schedule Fs and diversity/inclusion training bans gone, is there anything left from the Trump agenda to build on?
At the county, city and town levels, governments often employ professional administrators hired by elected boards. Black public administrators sometimes face special challenges.
Debris orbiting the Earth is getting out of hand and the military thinks businesses can help solve the problem.
The CBO's director of Budget Analysis may not be a household name. But her work has made her a member of this year's class of inductees to the National Academy of Public Administration.
Between the Defense Department, the Veterans Affairs Department and the Health and Human Services Department, the government is one of the biggest health care providers anywhere.
In today's Federal Newscast: "On this Veterans Day, OPM reminds agencies of their obligations to federal employees, who are called to active-duty military service. A possible Air Force general's court martial trial, would be an American first. And as Biden adds to his transition team, Trump sees subtraction in his Administration.
When the dust has settled, good government groups and employee organizations say the next administration faces a talent and leadership crisis in the federal workforce.
The National Academy of Public Administration has published a long list of ideas for the administration that begins this coming January.
Federal involvement in election processing has steadily grown deeper.