Government is at an inflection point as long-brewing demographic changes begin to hit with full force. This presents both a challenge and an opportunity to reshape, retrain and reskill the federal workforce. At this event, Government Executive's editors engaged federal leaders, doers and innovators in discussions about how agencies are addressing the situation and shaping the government of tomorrow.
Breakfast and Networking
Panel: Training and Reskilling the Public Workforce in an Evolving Federal Climate
Government agencies are only as effective as their talent pools, making developing a skilled workforce essential to successful mission achievement and service delivery. As reskilling and training initiatives continue to be prioritized, federal agencies remain committed to meeting the challenges of modern government offices. In this session, hear from federal and defense leaders who are equipping the public workforce with the skills and tools they need to drive insights, maximize technical capabilities and, ultimately, serve citizens.
Strategies and Principles for Effective Collaboration in Order to Achieve Mission Objectives
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Panel: Managing at the Regional Level: Rewards and Roadblocks
Though many federal agency headquarters are concentrated in Washington, D.C., regional offices across the country are equally tasked with implementing processes, serving citizens and getting the job done. But when it comes to these regional doers, what difficulties do regional federal offices face in terms of staffing and management? And what are the advantages to being positioned across the country? This session convenes federal leaders from Georgia offices to discuss benefits and pain points to recruiting and managing a workforce in a federal agency office located hundreds of miles from the nation’s capital.
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