For government to carry out missions ranging from defending against cyberattacks to promoting health and wellness for all Americans, agencies need the absolute best leaders at the helm.
In “A Roadmap to the Future,” the Partnership for Public Service and Ernst & Young describe what a better connected, more collaborative federal government can accomplish in the years ahead and identify barriers to success that government is likely to encounter along the way.
Government decision makers need to know more than whether a program works. They also need to know whether it's cost-effective.
The Preparing to Lead program is a professional development opportunity for federal employees who are interested in pursuing a career in leadership at their agencies. Participants practice strategies to help them become more effective employees and develop critical leadership skills they will be able to use throughout their careers.
Federal employees that leave for the private sector or academia to gain more experience may have an easier time returning to government jobs, under a rule proposed by the Office of Personnel Management Dec. 26.