DoD-Commissioned Study Finds Major Shortcomings in Civilian Talent Management

FNN DOD Commissioned Study Finds Shortcomings In Civilian Talent Mgmt

The Defense Department’s non-uniformed workforce is comprised of some of the smartest people in the world. That might not be true forever.

DoD’s current policies and practices for managing its civilian cadre are far behind the times, and the department isn’t doing nearly enough to plan its future workforce and find ways to make sure those plans come true, according to a new study by an influential advisory group.

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