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Federal News Network: Agencies must pick two workforce focuses for the next four years from OPM priority list

“Although OPM’s federal workforce priorities report, released on May 10, asks agencies to focus on only two of the four focus areas, implementing all four can help agencies resolve bigger workforce issues…”

“The goals center on common themes for agencies, including modernizing information technology, building diversity and enhancing recruitment practices…”

“The four enabling priorities will inform the work of their two chosen primary priorities, OPM wrote in the report.

‘The enabling priorities are critical for designing visionary strategies, identifying metrics for success and measuring progress over the next four years,’ OPM wrote. ‘Agencies should focus their efforts on two primary priorities but recognize that they will need to use the concepts espoused by the enabling priorities to maximize their success.’…” Read the full article here.

Source: Agencies must pick two workforce focuses for the next four years from OPM priority list – By Drew Friedman, May 11, 2022. Federal News Network.

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