Perspectives on the President’s Management Agenda

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Perspectives on the President's Management Agenda book cover

The President’s Management Agenda (PMA) celebrated its one-year anniversary on March 20th.

The National Academy of Public Administration, with the expertise of many of its Fellows, took a look at how current leaders are approaching the implementation of the PMA. With the release of it’s e-book – Perspectives on the President’s Management Agenda – the Academy is identifying opportunities for improvement in both approach and program that can lead to better outcomes with respect to governance.

I wrote one chapter in the book. It also includes chapters by Don Kettl (University of Texas at Austin), David Berteau (Professional Services Council), Alan Shark (Public Technology Institute), Terry Gerton (NAPA CEO), and others.

The book is available from the Academy’s website as a free download.

This column was originally published on Jeff Neal's blog, ChiefHRO.com, and has been reposted here with permission from the author. Visit ChiefHRO.com to read more of Jeff's articles regarding federal human resources and other current events along with his insights on reforming the HR system.

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About the Author

Jeff Neal is a senior vice president for ICF and founder of the blog, ChiefHRO.com. He has 33 years in federal service, including serving as Chief Human Capital Officer for the Department of Homeland Security and Chief Human Resources Officer for the Defense Logistics Agency. Jeff is also a Fellow and Director at the National Academy of Public Administration and a Partnership for Public Service SAGE.

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