Some agencies are linking data to performance management in order to make more informed, evidence-based decisions about spending on their programs.
Performance management is a serious focus for all agencies during the next two years.
As the Trump administration plans major changes to the current hiring and firing systems, federal experts say government can’t solve without addressing the other.
Employees say the Veterans Affairs Department’s interpretation of the Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act doesn’t give them enough time to improve performance.
AFGE is pursuing legal action over the the Veterans Affairs Department’s implementation of the VA Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act.
OPM is encouraging agencies to think about how many people they’ll need to accomplish their missions in the future — and how they can retrain their employees to take on new work.
The Office of Management and Budget is ready to start tracking progress on improving performance and accountability. Here’s what two departments have done.
Chief human capital officers have been looking at their performance management practices and are tweaking those for the 2019 budget submission.
The Office of Management and Budget is asking agencies to come up with new performance management plans by June 30. Human capital experts say the OMB guidance prompts agencies to consider several important questions but focuses too heavily on addressing poor performers, and not enough on recruiting and retaining top employees.
The Defense Department will move nearly a quarter of a million workers to the New Beginnings system in April.