Click here to skip navigation
An official website of the United States Government.

Latest News News

You have reached a collection of archived material.

The content available is no longer being updated and as a result you may encounter hyperlinks which no longer function. You should also bear in mind that this content may contain text and references which are no longer applicable as a result of changes in law, regulation and/or administration.


News Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, January 30, 2007
Contact: Office of Communications
Tel: 202-606-2402

OPM Director Appoints Kevin Mahoney Associate Director, Human Capital Leadership and Merit System Accountability

Washington, DC - U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Director Linda M. Springer has named Kevin E. Mahoney OPM's new Associate Director, Human Capital Leadership. Mahoney has served as Acting Associate Director since December 1, 2006.

"Kevin has more than 25 years of human resources experience which have given him an excellent foundation for helping OPM create and manage a workforce of leaders, people who know how to get things done," said Springer.

Prior to his appointment as Associate Director, Mahoney served as Deputy Associate Director of OPM's Center for Merit System Accountability, where he was responsible for holding federal agencies responsible for delegated authorities and compliance with the merit system principles and other Civil Service laws, rules and regulations.

In addition to his OPM position, Mahoney currently serves on the Human Resources Advisory Committee of the Graduate School, USDA.

 

- end -

OPM leads and serves the Federal Government in enterprise human resources management by delivering policies and services to achieve a trusted, effective civilian workforce. By Empowering Excellence in Government through Great People, we provide leadership and support to U.S. agencies on issues including human resources policy and oversight, background investigations, federal employee benefits, retirement services, guidance on labor-management relations, and programs to improve workforce performance. For more information, visit OPM.gov or follow OPM on Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn.


Control Panel