Most Stakeholders Say They're Optimistic About Trump’s New OPM Pick

Government Executive | March 05, 2019

Most Stakeholders Say They're Optimistic About Trump’s New OPM Pick
In the 24 hours since the White House announced that President Trump would nominate former Federal Labor Relations Authority Chairwoman Dale Cabaniss to lead the Office of Personnel Management, the response from stakeholders and observers has been mixed, although few outright oppose the choice. Key management and good government groups said they will support the former FRLA head and longtime Senate Republican staffer to lead OPM, citing her experience in federal workforce issues.

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Since 2012, agencies have been exploring ways to be more digital, mobile, and consolidated. The Federal Digital Government Strategy, the Shared Services Strategy, and the overarching Open Government Policy are guiding change.