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Human Capital: Succession Planning and Management Is Critical Driver of Organizational Transformation
GAO-04-127T: Published: Oct 1, 2003. Publicly Released: Oct 1, 2003.
Leading public organizations here and abroad recognize that a more strategic approach to human capital management is essential for change initiatives that are intended to transform their cultures. To that end, organizations are looking for ways to identify and develop the leaders, managers, and workforce necessary to face the array of challenges that will confront government in the 21st century. T...
Human Capital: DHS Personnel System Design Effort Provides for Collaboration and Employee Participation
GAO-03-1099: Published: Sep 30, 2003. Publicly Released: Sep 30, 2003.
The success of the transformation and implementation of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is based largely on the degree to which human capital management issues are addressed. Recognizing this, the legislation creating DHS provided it with significant flexibility to design a modern human capital management system. Congressional requesters asked GAO to describe the process DHS has in place...
Foreign Assistance: Strategic Workforce Planning Can Help USAID Address Current and Future Challenges
GAO-03-946: Published: Aug 22, 2003. Publicly Released: Sep 23, 2003.
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) oversees humanitarian and economic assistance--an integral part of the U.S. global security strategy--to more than 160 countries. GAO recommended in 1993 that USAID develop a comprehensive workforce plan; however, human capital management continues to be a high-risk area for the agency. GAO was asked to examine how changes in USAID's workforce...
Foreign Assistance: USAID Needs to Improve Its Workforce Planning and Operating Expense Accounting
GAO-03-1171T: Published: Sep 23, 2003. Publicly Released: Sep 23, 2003.
USAID oversees humanitarian and economic assistance--an integral part of the U.S. global security strategy--to more than 160 countries. GAO recommended in 1993 that USAID develop a comprehensive workforce plan; however, human capital management continues to be a high-risk area for the agency. GAO was asked to testify on how changes in USAID's workforce over the past 10 years have affected its abil...
Human Capital: Further Guidance, Assistance, and Coordination Can Improve Federal Telework Efforts
GAO-03-679: Published: Jul 18, 2003. Publicly Released: Aug 18, 2003.
Telework--work done at a location other than a traditional office--has gained widespread attention over the past decade as a human capital flexibility offering various potential benefits to employers, employees, and society. Using such flexibilities as management tools can help the federal government address its human capital challenges. GAO did this study in response to a congressional request to...
Posthearing Questions Related to Proposed DOD Human Capital Reform
GAO-03-965R: Published: Jul 3, 2003. Publicly Released: Jul 3, 2003.
On June 4, 2003, GAO testified before the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs at a hearing entitled "Transforming the Department of Defense Personnel System: Finding the Right Approach." This letter responds to a request that we provide answers to posthearing questions from Senator George V. Voinovich and Senator Thomas R. Carper concerning the proposed Department of Defense (DOD) Human Capit...
Human Capital: A Guide for Assessing Strategic Training and Development Efforts in the Federal Government (Exposure Draft) (Superseded by GAO-04-546G)
GAO-03-893G: Published: Jul 1, 2003. Publicly Released: Jul 1, 2003.
This publication has been superseded by GAO-04-546G, Human Capital: A Guide for Assessing Strategic Training and Development Efforts in the Federal Government, March 2004. This guide introduces a framework, consisting of a set of principles and key questions that federal agencies can use to ensure that their training and development investments are targeted strategically and are not wasted on effo...
Assessment of Public Law 106-303: The Role of Personnel Flexibilities in Strengthening GAO's Human Capital
GAO-03-954SP: Published: Jun 27, 2003. Publicly Released: Jun 27, 2003.
Leading public organizations here and abroud have found that strategic human capital management must be the centerpiece of any serious change management initiative and effort to transform the culture of government agancies. GAO is not immune to these challenges facing the federal government. Over the past 3 years, however, we have made considerable progress toward addressing a number of our major...
Tax Administration: Workforce Planning Needs Further Development for IRS's Taxpayer Education and Communication Unit
GAO-03-711: Published: May 30, 2003. Publicly Released: Jun 18, 2003.
Strategic workforce planning helps ensure that agencies have the right people with the right skills in the right positions to carry out the agency mission both in the present and future. The Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Taxpayer Education and Communication (TEC) unit within its Small Business and Self- Employed Division assists some 45 million small business and self-employed taxpayers. Given...
Human Capital: OPM Can Better Assist Agencies in Using Personnel Flexibilities
GAO-03-428: Published: May 9, 2003. Publicly Released: Jun 9, 2003.
Congressional requesters asked GAO to provide information on actions that the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has taken to facilitate the effective use of human capital flexibilities throughout the federal government and what additional actions OPM might take in this regard. These flexibilities represent the policies and practices that an agency has the authority to implement in managing its...