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The federal government is trying to make the Senior Executive Service more inclusive, but Office of Personnel Management data shows minority representation in the program has not improved significantly.

  • Executive Director of the African American Federal Executive Association Tyra Dent Smith said factors that could help include creating a leadership culture that supports diversity and inclusion, building a pipeline within federal agencies for SES positions and improving recruitment.
  • Smith said a closer look at government-wide policies is necessary.
  • There are opportunities to form partnerships with organizations to support and enable the ability to reach a wider and more diverse pool for recruiting candidates, said Smith.
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