1. What do federal human capital leaders have to say about the impact of budget cuts, increased workloads, a government shutdown, plummeting employee morale and other events that have rocked the workforce over the past several years? More importantly, what do they think should be done in response? In the new report, “Embracing Change: CHCOs Rising to the Challenge of an Altered Landscape,” the Partnership for Public Service and Grant Thornton LLP surveyed 60 chief human capital officers and agency HR leaders regarding the challenges facing the federal workforce. The report also includes recommendations from these leaders for rebuilding and strengthening the federal workforce.

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  2. In the new report, “Building the Enterprise: A New Civil Service Framework,” the Partnership for Public Service calls for major reforms to the federal government’s decades-old civil service system and lays out a plan to modernize areas that include the outdated pay and hiring policies.

    “Our nation’s civil service system is a relic of a bygone era,” said Max Stier, president and CEO of the Partnership for Public Service. “Our nation’s leadership must make it a priority to create a civil service system that our public servants deserve and that will produce the results our country needs.”

    Produced in collaboration with Booz Allen Hamilton, the comprehensive report calls the federal personnel system, the foundation for effective government, obsolete and in crisis, and an obstacle rather than an aid in attracting, hiring, retaining and developing top talent.

    The report calls for overhauling the entire civil service system, including pay, performance management, hiring, job classification, accountability and workplace justice, and the Senior Executive Service, the nation’s career leadership corps.

    Read the report here: ourpublicservice.org/OPS/publications/viewcontentdetails.php?id=237

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  3. Imagine a government that works to address the nation’s biggest challenges by drawing upon resources across organizations, sharing support and mission-critical functions. A transformation of this magnitude will take leadership, collaboration, partnership and cooperation. It will take a shift in mindset and a new vision. In the new report, “Helping Government Deliver: Transforming Mission and Support Services,” the Partnership for Public Service and Deloitte identified four organizations who are developing transformative, enterprise-wide approaches to shared service delivery. These agencies have tried different tactics, and their successes and the roadblocks they encountered offer important lessons for organizations who are seeking an agency-wide approach to delivering mission and support services.

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  4. On Thursday, August 8, the Partnership for Public Service and Booz Allen Hamilton released “Building the Enterprise: Nine Strategies for a More Integrated, Effective Government,” a new report designed to assist the Obama administration’s efforts to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the federal government. “Building the Enterprise” calls on the administration to take a more coordinated, multiagency approach to tackling today’s critical challenges. From reducing homelessness and safeguarding food to securing cyberspace and reducing joblessness, the report lays out the case for our government to build on current efforts by acting as a single, integrated enterprise.

    By implementing these nine strategies, the report argues our government can begin to eliminate program duplication and overlap, and align scarce resources toward defined goals to better serve the needs of the American people.

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  5. In the next five years, nearly two-thirds of the Senior Executive Service (SES) leaders will be retirement eligible. Given the complex challenges confronting our government, how will federal agencies identify and develop new talent to fill their place? This is what the Partnership for Public Service and McKinsey & Company examined in a new report, “Building the Leadership Bench: Developing a Federal Talent Pipeline for the SES,” released July 23, 2013.

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