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Human Capital: DOD Needs Complete Assessments to Improve Future Civilian Workforce Plans
Brenda S. Farrell (au)
As of June 2012, the Dept. of Defense (DOD) reported a full-time civilian workforce of about 780,000 personnel. According to DOD, about 30% of its civilian workforce and 60% of its civilian senior leaders will be eligible to retire by March 31, 2015. Such potential loss may result in significant skill gaps. This report determined the extent to which DOD identified critical skills, competencies, and gaps; assessed its workforce mix; and measured progress in implementing its strategic workforce plan. The report analyzed DODäó»s strategic workforce plan and supporting documents, and met with managers of four functional communities within the civilian personnel community (information technology, financial management, logistics, and law enforcement), because they represent the three largest and the one smallest of the functional communities, to determine how they conducted their strategic workforce planning. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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