Wednesday, July 17, 2019 at 9:30am - 12:00pm
With OMB’s Memo M-19-16, a new strategy has been defined for managing support services across the government. Quality Service Management Offices (QSMOs) are being stood up to centralize, standardize, and manage major operational capabilities. This new approach will shape how agencies and industry organize themselves around existing and planned shared services and technology solutions for years to come.
This session will explore this new approach and its impact on government-wide mission support services with discussion and panels from the key government leaders responsible for bringing OMB’s vision into reality. Please join us for a morning of conversation about these existing developments in the shared services landscape.
[NOTE: The Academy is co-sponsoring this meeting with another organization. Please note that information collected for your registration will be shared with the co-sponsor.]
For US federal government attendees
For US Government Attendees. SSLC, SEA and NAPA seek to comply with Federal executive branch gift rules and the Presidential Executive Order on Ethics (and related Ethics Pledge) for Presidential Appointees. This event has been organized making a good-faith effort to meet the requirements of a “widely attended gathering,” as defined in Federal Government ethics regulations applicable to executive agency employees and officials. If you are required by applicable rules to pay any part of the costs of attending this event, or if you would prefer to pay the fair market value for this event (even if not required to do so), please contact John Marshall at SSLC.
About The Shared Services Leadership Coalition (SSLC)
SSLC is a Virginia-based, IRS-approved 501(c)(6) non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating implementation of shared services in the Federal Government to improve government efficiency and effectiveness. More information about SSLC can be found at: www.SharedServicesNow.org.
About Senior Executives Association (SEA).
SEA is the non-profit, non-partisan professional association representing the Federal Senior Executive Service. SEA connects its members to the networks, opportunities and resources that help them succeed. SEA also provides a forum for its members to engage in policy discussions on critical government management challenges and opportunities. Through membership, SEA members are part of the movement to transform government for the 21st century and to empower senior leaders to drive change. More information about SEA can be found at: www.seniorexecs.org
About National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA).
NAPA helps government leaders solve their most critical management challenges. Since 1967, this congressionally chartered non-partisan non-profit Academy has provided expert advice to government leaders in building and managing more effective, efficient, accountable, and transparent organizations. NAPA’s national network of over 850 Fellows includes former cabinet officers, Members of Congress, governors, mayors, and state legislators, as well as prominent scholars, business executives, and public administrators. More information about NAPA can be found at: www.napawash.org
About The Partnership for Public Service
The Partnership for Public Service is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization that strives for a more effective Federal Government. More information about The Partnership and its programs can be found at: www.OurPublicService.org