Back to School: Rethinking Federal Recruiting on College Campuses
Publication Date: 05/14/2006
Publication Topics: College Students and Entry-Level Careers, Recruiting and Hiring
Publication Type: Research Reports and Surveys
The report reveals that in order to convert that interest into actual applications the report finds that the federal government must do a better job of providing information to students about federal service opportunities.
Based on the findings of this survey, the report recommends the following:
- Commit to a sustained investment in on-campus recruitment.
- Work cooperatively with other agencies to market federal jobs by profession.
- Teach the ABC-s of federal service to overcome the information gap.
- Stress the opportunities to do good and do well: interesting work, good benefits, and the unique ability to make a difference.
The Partnership for Public Service is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works to revitalize our federal government by inspiring a new generation to serve and by transforming the way government works.
Building the Enterprise: A New Civil Service Framework
In the report, the Partnership for Public Service calls for major reforms to the federal government’s decades-old civil service system and lays out a plan to modernize areas that include the outdated pay and hiring policies.
Taking Measure: Moving from Process to Practice in Performance Management
How has performance management been impacted by the Government Performance and Results Modernization Act of 2010? Where have advances been made and what challenges remain? That’s what the Partnership for Public Service and Grant Thornton set out to understand in the new report, “Taking Measure: Moving from Process to Practice in Performance Management.”