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OPM is the managing partner of the HR LOB initiative and is working in formal partnership with numerous Federal agencies. OPM has strategic oversight responsibilities for the migration of the customer agencies to SSCs. As agencies begin the migration process, OPM's responsibilities will include:
The HR LOB Program Office will serve as the lead in the HR LOB governance structure and provide consultative support and oversight of all migration activities including:
Customer agencies are the key stakeholders in the migration process. Specifically, agencies will be expected to perform the following roles:
Shared Service Centers' role in the migration process is one of business process excellence, negotiation and partnership. Specifically, SSCs will be required to perform the following:
OPM and GSA have partnered to establish and administer a schedule of private sector SSCs on Multiple Award Schedule 738.X, for which the Federal Acquisition Service at GSA is the responsible party.
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