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GovTV: Selling federal managers on a new HR dashboard

The Office of Personnel Management and 14 federal agencies have teamed up to produce a new website called UnlockTalent.gov that gives managers a visualization of the results of the annual Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey.

The insider-only site -- UnlockTalent.gov "is available only to agency leadership and managers" -- delivers information on HR metrics, employee engagement and satisfaction, and information on human resources best practices that is customized on an agency-by-agency basis for managers.

In a video posted July 15, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta explains that the dashboard is "one of the many ways we are working to meet [President Barack Obama's] Second Term Management Agenda goal of creating a culture of excellence and engagement, leading to higher performance."

About the Author

Adam Mazmanian is executive editor of FCW.

Before joining the editing team, Mazmanian was an FCW staff writer covering Congress, government-wide technology policy and the Department of Veterans Affairs. Prior to joining FCW, Mazmanian was technology correspondent for National Journal and served in a variety of editorial roles at B2B news service SmartBrief. Mazmanian has contributed reviews and articles to the Washington Post, the Washington City Paper, Newsday, New York Press, Architect Magazine and other publications.

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