Today's Talent Management Approaches for the Workforce of the Future
Live Streamed: October 22, 2019, 8:00 AM
Panel: Importance of Diversity and Inclusion to Retain Talented Employees
Moderator: Debbie Eshelman, Managing Director, Management Concepts
Dr. Joyce Renee Evans, Lead Investigations Case Analyst Trainer, National Background Investigations Bureau, Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency
Harvey Johnson, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Resolution Management and Acting Executive Director, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Department of Veterans Affairs
Michael Rigas, Deputy Director, United States Office of Personnel Management
Pamela H. Richards, Investigative Research Analyst, Government Accountability Office, Forensic Audit and Investigative Services (Also DC Metro Regional Manager of the Federally Employed Women)
Special Session: The Promise of Fair and Open Competition for Federal Jobs
Stephanie Grosser, Bureaucracy Hacker, Office of Management and Budget
Michael Murray, Director of the Employer Policy Team, Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy
The Section 809 Panel was created in the FY2016 NDAA and charged with analyzing the acquisition regulations and statutes applicable to DoD and making recommendations to streamline and improve the defense acquisition process. Although the panel’s mission was DoD-centric, many of its recommendations are applicable governmentwide. The panel published four reports that contain a total of 98 recommendations to put the defense acquisition system on a war footing. These concepts include both evolutionary and revolutionary recommendations to better leverage innovation in the dynamic marketplace and get capabilities to warfighters faster.
809 Panel Chair David Drabkin and Commissioners Elliott Branch, Al Burman, and Joe Dyer provided an overview of the 809 Panel and its recommendations, followed by a panel discussion of what DoD can do now (evolutionary recommendations), how these recommendations might be adopted by other agencies, and how the Congress can be engaged and motivated to adopt the more sweeping, revolutionary recommendations.
More information can be found on the panel's website here Roadmap.
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Video Recordings from The Changing Role of States
1. Welcome and Opening Remarks
2. The Changing Role of States in Environmental Policy
3. The Changing Role of States in Health Policy
4. Keynote: William Pound
5. Keynote: Robert Hertzberg
6. The Changing Relationship Between States and Local Governments