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July 11 Federal Workplace 2011: Executive Management

This report will spotlight three relatively new federal executive positions that have increasing importance for agency information policy and operations. The positions are Performance Improvement Officer, Chief Privacy Officer, and Director of New Media/Citizen Engagement. By profiling several individuals who hold these positions, the story will illustrate their typical responsibilities, required skills and prior experiences.

Writer: Alyah Khan, akhan@1105govinfo.com

Posted on May 12, 2011 at 12:20 PM


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