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- Recent Hiring Reforms Are Already Working, Federal HR Leaders Say - December 14, 2022
FMA's Greg Stanford attended this year's annual meeting of the Chief Human Capital Officers Council.
At the annual public meeting of the Chief Human Capital Officers Council, officials said innovations like shared certifications and skills-based hiring are paying dividends.
Erich Wagner, Government Executive
he federal government’s cadre of top human capital officials on Tuesday touted early success in using a pair of recent reforms to the federal hiring process and urged their colleagues to build on “government-wide momentum” to revitalize human resources offices.
The Chief Human Capital Officers Council, an interagency forum hosted by the Office of Personnel Management to discuss and coordinate federal workforce issues, held its annual public meeting Tuesday. Biden administration officials highlighted the success of surge hiring initiatives to attract 3,500 new federal workers this year to help implement the bipartisan infrastructure law and the role two recent innovations in the hiring process—shared certifications and skills-based hiring assessments—played in that effort.
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