Partnership For Public Service
Established in 2001
Mission Statement: The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that strives for a more effective government for the American People.
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Impacts & Achievements:
Some of the highlights
CEO Salary: 2.50% of expenses
Trained more than 15,000 students and interns on how to apply for federal jobs since 2002
34 pieces of legislation enacted on key federal workforce issues
Published more than 60 research reports
Written more than 100 position descriptions for top political positions
Over 1,000 campuses in call to serve college and university network
How the Partnership for Public Service is making a difference
The Partnership for Public Service advocates for greater employee engagement while maintaining employee accountability and high performance. They support efforts to recruit and retain top talent, strengthen the Senior Executive Service (SES), support innovative approaches to governing and improving the government’s customer service capabilities.
The Partnership for Public Service is helping federal agencies address their workforce gaps. By advocating for needed policy changes; helping agencies improve their recruiting and hiring strategies; and educating students, faculty and career services professionals and talent more broadly about federal opportunities, they are removing the barriers that obstruct candidates at all experience levels from entering public service.
The Partnership for Public Service helps the most promising people in the federal workforce develop into high-functioning leaders. They provide them with resources to solve our government’s most intractable problems, foster collaboration within and across agencies and spearhead innovation throughout government.