Agency Helps Federal Workers Prepare for Stimulus Package
The Office of Personnel Management plans to help federal bureaucrats prepare for their role in implementing the recently passed stimulus package by hosting a seminar for federal personnel managers.
The March 3 inter-agency forum is billed as an "OPM Stimulus Support Initiative" designed to "strategize with agencies about potential approaches" to harnessing the federal employees needed to support the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
"Federal human capital professionals must be ready to help ensure that their agencies are able to meet the challenges caused by unprecedented demands on agency resources," said Kathie Ann Whipple, acting OPM director, in a memo to chief human capital officers.
You can read the entire memo here.
February 24, 2009; 11:13 AM ET
Office of Personnel Management
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