Sharing employees could ease agency cost pressure

Agencies should share employees to help control costs, according to the Energy department's departing chief human capital officer Mike Kane.

In an interview with Federal News Radio, Kane said the Energy department has used that method successfully. "And that may be where [the government is] headed — into more focused, specific teams that work on a project and then disperse and take that talent back to the agency that they came from," he said in the interview.

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