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Managing Director, GTM/EX (Acting), Chief Technology Officer, Office of Technology Services, Global Talent Management, Executive Office, U.S. Department of State
Moderator: Tom Suder
Visionary Panel: Tips & Tricks: How the Federal Government is Modernizing the Workforce
Modernization is integral in the development of the Federal workforce as organizations fight to keep up with the private sector. Organizations and agencies need to begin to adopt more cutting edge technologies, such as automation of workflow processes, in order to be more forward-thinking and competitive.
An agency is only as strong as their least knowledgeable employee and purchasing new tech is only the first step in modernization. In order to fully reach a new potential within our Federal workforce, agencies need to center the implementation process as their goal. This includes training of employees on new tools and processes. Digital Adoption Platforms can help assist organizations in the training and implementation of new technologies.
This panel includes a line-up of experts from across the Federal government who can speak to the challenges and successes of implementing new technologies into the workforce.
Human Capital/HR Information Systems Program Management Officer/HR Modernization, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services
Chief Diversity Officer, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Justice
Director, Strategic Talent Management Division, Office of Human Capital, U.S. Department of the Interior
Director, Human Resources Information Systems and Processing, Office of Human Resources Management, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (pending agency approval)
Moderator: Tom Temin
Anchor and Columnist, Federal News Network
Visionary Panel: Reskilling, Training, and Hiring the Federal Workforce
In order to remain competitive and to implement emerging technologies, agencies will need to reskill their workforces to take on the jobs of tomorrow. How will this impact training and hiring initiatives? During this panel, we’ll examine the short-term and long-term strategies for reskilling the workforce and how this will shape the future of public sector jobs.
Topic experts will dive into barriers they have experienced as they begin the reskilling process, what that looks like, and how the pandemic has affected this approach. What best practices have these panelists implemented in order to combat these barriers when reskilling their workforce?
Principal Director for Resources & Analysis, Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Defense
Chief Learning Officer, Talent Development and Workforce Planning Division, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
Senior Advisor, Enterprise Digitalization, Internal Revenue Service
Enterprise Account Executive, Federal Civilian, Pluralsight
Moderator: Chris Riotta
Reporter, Government Executive Media Group
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