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Human Capital: Strategies to Help Agencies Meet their Missions in an Era of Highly Constrained Resources
Robert Goldenkoff (au)
Given the budgetary and long-term fiscal challenges facing the nation, federal government agencies must identify options to meet their missions with fewer resources. However, if agencies do not pay careful attention to strategic workforce planning and other approaches to personnel management, then reduced investments in human capital can have lasting, detrimental effects on their capacity to meet their mission. This report reviewed the actions taken by selected agencies to manage their workforces and plan for future needs in an era of flat or declining budgets. It assesses (1) key strategic human capital challenges federal agencies face in an era of highly constrained resources and identifies strategies for addressing them; and (2) the extent to which the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) ensures agencies have the assistance that chief human capital officers (CHCOs) considered most important to mitigate human capital challenges. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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