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For decades, the government's HR systems have been one of the biggest scapegoats for agency performance problems. There have been scores of criticisms. Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry now gets his turn to try to reform many long-standing federal HR challenges. In our series, HReinvented, Federal News Radio asks experts what would it take to build a better personnel system? We find where innovation already exists in government and ask, could these examples be a model for the rest of the agencies?
HReinvented: NRC as a model for federal HR reform?
Thursday - 4/8/2010, 5:12pm EDT
That agency is the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, based in Rockville, Maryland. But in an era where OPM is trying to reform the hiring and management of federal workers, how does NRC stay at the top of its game as an employer of choice?
As part of our special week-long series HReinvented, Federal News Radio's Max Cacas spoke to Miriam Cohen, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer at the NRC, who says a recently approved workplace initiative is part of their overall strategy.