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  • Biden’s Management Agenda Update Adds Metrics to Workforce Goals - April 8, 2022
  • The White House’s first update to the president’s management agenda, first released last November, lines up tasks for agencies and attaches individual officials to goals.

    Erich Wagner, Government Executive

    The Biden administration on Thursday issued its first update to the president’s management agenda since it was released last November, establishing metrics for most of the document’s goals and making individual officials responsible for overseeing their implementation.

    The management agenda, which puts empowering the federal workforce front and center to its goals of improving agency performance, set goals of making every federal job a “good job” and shifting to a more collaborative relationship between agencies and their federal employee unions, as well as improving the federal hiring process and attracting more young federal workers.

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