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Washington, D.C. – Participants in the 2006 OPM Federal Workforce Conference will have the opportunity to attend The Power of Benefits Forum, a blend of plenary sessions that focus on cross-cutting benefits issues, followed by breakout sessions that focus on specific benefit issues. The forum also fulfills annual training requirements for federal agency benefits officers.
"Attending the Power of Benefits Forum will give attendees applicable skills to do their jobs today and an understanding of what they will need to do their jobs in the future," said Michael Beckmann, acting deputy associate director of OPM's Center for Leadership Capacity Services. "The newly expanded format of blended sessions followed by detailed breakout sessions is a result of input from past participants to enhance the Human Resources Workforce Conference."
The Power of Benefits plenary sessions are:
The Power of Benefits breakout sessions are:
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