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Bipartisan Policy Center

Paper shortage could cause problems at polls this November

A recent report finds election officials across the country are struggling to make sure they get election materials in time. A big part of that issue is a nationwide paper shortage. Matt Weil, director of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Elections Project, explained that supply chain issues are affecting paper, which is still a vital part […]


Separate migration management from security at southern border, advises policy expert

With the possible end of Title 42, put in place because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Department of Homeland Security is expecting a surge of migrants at the southern border. Theresa Cardinal Brown, managing director at the Bipartisan Policy Center, recommends a new strategy to reflect the changing conditions there. Brown explained that the demographics […]


Bipartisan Policy Center Oversight Task Force recommendations

Dan Blair and Dave Mader from the Bipartisan Policy Center discuss how government agencies can improve their risk management efforts.


OPM-GSA merger’s impact on human capital practitioners

Dan Blair, former OPM deputy director and senior counselor at the Bipartisan Policy Center, and Steve Lenkart, executive director of the National Federation of Federal Employees, discuss their opinions on the OPM reorg, and what they think will happen as the plan is debated in Congress.

Government Matters OPM Panel

Priorities and expectations for new OPM director nominee

Dan Blair, former acting Office of Personnel Management director, and Jeffrey Neal, former chief human capital officer of the Department of Homeland Security, discuss the nomination of Dale Cabaniss to be OPM director, and what she should focus on if confirmed.


The future of federal oversight & government inspectors general

Dan Blair, senior counselor at the Bipartisan Policy Center, discusses the center’s report on the role of the inspector general at agencies, and how IGs can help with management issues.


Personnel challenges ahead for OPM leadership

The Trump administration has some priorities for the new leadership at the Office of Personnel Management. The Senate recently confirmed Jeff Pon and Michael Rigas as OPM director and deputy director, respectively. Their primary goal for now is a daunting one: reduce the federal workforce. “They’ve gone through a long confirmation process,” said Dan Blair, […]

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