This case study talks about how USDA OCIO (Office of the Chief Information Officer) has an ongoing vision and mission to evolve IT support services while providing supervisory oversight regarding the design, acquisition, maintenance, use and disposition of information and information technology (IT) by USDA agencies.
The right talent can make the difference between an organization that is performing at its peak and one that risks not achieving its mission. Certain positions and job functions can be especially critical to success. For filling these mission-critical positions, agencies can benefit from formalized strategies to define, attract, and develop the right mix of talent.
In 2008, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) won a new contract with the US Department of Energy. With the new mission, there was a higher level of emphasis on managing the people side of the business and implementing a unified talent management solution to help the organization manage talent.
This case study approach review the public sector innovation and examines workforce management innovations developed and implemented by state-level, transportation agencies across the U.S. to improve their operations.
This case study evaluates the Federal Highway Administration's response to a shortage of experts to design transportation solutions of the future through a Workforce Planning and Professional Development Task Force.