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Office of Personnel Management’s proposed move to GSA

Margaret Weichert, deputy director for management at the Office of Management and Budget & acting director of OPM, discusses OPM’s reorganization, and what it means for management at the agency.


Government reorganization strategy under the microscope

Alan Balutis, senior director and distinguished fellow at Cisco Systems, discusses government reorganizations, and why they’re like surgery.


House Republicans propose bill to give White House authority for fed reorg

Robert Shea, principal at Grant Thornton Public Sector, discusses congressional efforts to support, or possibly impede, the Trump administration’s reorganization plan.

Government Matters Panel with Kamiensky

The benefits of interagency conflicts

John Kamensky, senior fellow at the IBM Center for the Business of Government, discusses the three types of interagency conflict, and how they impact getting work done in the executive branch.


Background investigations move from OPM to DSS

Charles Phalen, director of the National Background Investigation Bureau at the Office of Personnel Management, discusses moving his organization’s functions to the Defense Department, and why they’re not waiting “for the green flag.”


How to build a 21st century government for citizens

Alan Balutis, senior director and distinguished fellow at Cisco Systems, discusses his five-step plan to modernize the federal government, and why reviving the 70-year-old Hoover Commission may help reorganize the executive branch.


OPM starts preparation for agency-wide reorganization

Terry Gerton, president & CEO of the National Academy of Public Administration, and Bill Valdez, president of the Senior Executives Association, discuss the White House’s efforts to shift OPM functions to other agencies, and what that means for the office’s future.

Government Matters The Federal Beat

The Federal Beat –  July 22, 2018

NextGov senior editor Aaron Boyd, Federal News Radio Reporter Nicole Ogrysko and Federal Times Senior Reporter Jessie Bur discuss the latest news from Washington. On this edition, the round-table discusses the first hearing on the White House reorganization proposal, and the debate that it stirred on Capitol Hill.

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