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Frequently Asked Questions Diversity and Inclusion

What is the Presidential Management Council (PMC) and why have they been given a role in developing the Government-Wide Diversity and Inclusion Strategic Plan?

The PMC is made up of high ranking administration officials, is chaired by the Deputy Director of OMB and is made up of the Chief Operating Officers (typically the Deputy Secretaries) from all executive branch agencies, as well as the OPM Director, GSA Administrator, and other high-ranking government officials. At most agencies, if not all, the Deputy Secretary is the direct link to the overall administration of the agency, is the designated Chief Operating Officer under the GPRA Modernization Act, and is therefore responsible for the agency's achievement of priority goals which include workforce planning.

Giving the PMC a critical role in the development of the government-wide plan will ensure accountability at the highest level for its implementation.

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