- To examine the workforce modernization provisions of the President’s Management Agenda.
- To discuss how the Agenda fits into the ongoing reorganization efforts and the Administration’s vision for a modern, effective, efficient, and accountable federal government.
On March 20, 2018, the Administration released the President’s Management Agenda to modernize the federal government with three key drivers: Information Technology Modernization; Data, Accountability, and Transparency; and Workforce for the 21st Century.
The Agenda proposes to realign the workforce by reprioritizing federal spending and manpower on activities that advance safety, security and prosperity. The Agenda further proposes modernizing federal human capital management policy in key areas such as hiring, performance management, compensation, benefits, employee accountability, and labor relations.
In March 2017, the President issued an executive order directing the Office of Management and Budget to propose a plan to reorganize governmental functions and eliminate unnecessary agencies and programs.
Witnesses and testimonies
|The Honorable Margaret Weichert||Deputy Director for Management||U.S. Office of Management and Budget||One||Document|
|The Honorable Jeff Pon||Director||U.S. Office of Personnel Management||One||Document|
|Mr. Bill Valdez||President||Senior Executives Association||Two||Document|
|Mr. Max Stier||President and CEO||Partnership for Public Service||Two||Document|
|Ms. Jacqueline Simon||Policy Director||American Federation of Government Employees||Two||Document|