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Washington, DC – The U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) has announced the agency has met its target goals for the month of June as outlined in its Strategic and Operational Plan.
“I am pleased that we are continuing to meet these important milestones,” said OPM Director Linda M. Springer. “OPM is proving that with hard work and dedication, federal employees can accomplish any task in a timely manner.”
One of the key goals from the past month was to implement a plan to increase public awareness of professional opportunities in the federal workforce. This OPM project has included using television ads to promote service in the Federal Government and the USAJOBS.gov website. Another major goal met was to implement an agencywide employee recognition program.
Other goals achieved in the past month include:
For a complete copy of OPM’s Strategic and Operational Plan, please visit http://www.opm.gov/strategicplan/index.asp.
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