Upskilling The Federal Workforce to Meet Mission Objectives
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September 1, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Upskilling The Federal Workforce to Meet Mission Objectives
Technology is arguably at the center of every agency today. Introducing new technologies is important but in order for an agency to use them effectively, the workforce must evolve with the tech. Closing the gap between technology skills that are needed for mission success and those that are available is one of the most important challenges government agencies face.
There doesn’t seem to be a week that goes by without a new publication on the government’s continuous need to upskill IT teams for cybersecurity, cloud computing, data, AI/ML, and more! The need for reskilling is foundational in the President’s Management Agenda, the Cybersecurity EO, Digital Literacy Bill, and the DoD Cyber Workforce Framework.
Some agencies are further ahead than others. Learn from experts in the field on how to go beyond talking about reskilling and start acting.
Chief Learning Officer, Office of Human Capital Management, Office of Management and Administration, U.S. Small Business Administration
Governmentwide Human Capital and Personnel Policy and COVID-19 Operations Lead, Office of Performance and Personnel Management, Office of Management and Budget, Executive Office of the President (pending agency approval)
Director, DMDC, Defense Human Resources Activity, U.S. Department of Defense
Strategic Workforce Analyst (Foresight), U.S. Office of Personnel Management
USAJOBS Program Manager, Office of Personnel Management
Practice Lead for Solutions Architects Public Sector, Pluralsight
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
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