Talent Development - Broadening

Career broadening is the ‘purposeful expansion’ of an individual’s capabilities and understanding provided through planned opportunities internal and external to the Department of Defense (DoD) throughout their career. Career broadening happens through experiences and/or education in different organizational cultures and environments and allows individuals to develop skills that will assist them and benefit their agency as they move into increasingly senior roles.

Training, Education and Professional Development (TE&PD) drives organizational efficiency and is the cornerstone of Talent Development. It is DoD policy to invest in civilian human capital as a strategic corporate asset. Through deliberate planning, programming, budgeting, operation, evaluation, and improvement of TE&PD activities civilian employees will develop enhanced competencies and capabilities. This ensures individual and organizational performance, assists in achieving performance objectives, the DoD mission, and maximizes the return on investment to the Department of Defense.

DoD Broadening Opportunities

Emerging Human Resource Leaders (EHRL)

Emerging Human Resource Leaders (EHRL) Forum offered by the Partnership for Public Service is a professional development opportunity for human resource (HR) practitioners in the General Schedule pay grades 9-12 or equivalent. During a span of six months, through monthly education sessions featuring group discussions, facilitated activities, and guest speakers, participants engage in professional development activities and learn from subject matter experts to develop the knowledge, professional network, and perspectives necessary to grow and lead in the federal human capital community. Upon completing the program, emerging HR leaders can build on and make new connections with other HR practitioners by joining the Leadership Alumni Network of the Partnership for Public Service, an ever-growing network of federal HR professionals who have previously participated in the program.

Email: EHRL Program Staff

President’s Management Council Interagency Rotation Program
Per the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) 3/20/2020:

“To adhere to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Office of Management and Budget (OMB) guidance in response to the COVID-19/Coronavirus, OPM has made the extremely difficult decision to indefinitely suspend both the DC-based Cohort 18 and the field program 2020 Cohort until further notice. No rotation assignments should start until program stakeholders receive official notice from OPM. Any rotation assignments started before an official OPM notice will not be part of the PMC IRP program, and will not be supported by the program management team.”

This means Cohort 18 participants have not started their assignments, which were supposed to begin March 30, 2020 and end September 25, 2020. Additionally, official decisions by OPM regarding a start date for Cohort 19 have not been made. Please contact us with questions: PMC IRP Program Staff

In 2011, the President’s Management Council (PMC) and the Chief Human Capital Officers (CHCO) Council launched the PMC Interagency Rotation Program to bolster cross-agency exposure for high-potential GS 13-15s (or equivalent). This cost-efficient program provides each participant an interagency rotation assignment to help develop and/or enhance specific leadership competencies identified by both the participant and his/her home supervisor. These competencies align with the Executive Core Qualifications (ECQs), and are outlined in the participant’s Individual Development Plan (IDP). The PMC Interagency Rotation Program enables emerging Federal leaders to expand their leadership competencies, broaden their organizational experiences, and foster networks they can leverage in the future.

Email: PMC IRP Program Staff

Public Private Talent Exchange Program (NDAA 2017)

The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year (FY) 2017, Section 1104, Chapter 81 of title 10, United States Code (U.S.C.), is amended by adding at the end of the following section: § 1599g, the Public-Private Talent Exchange (PPTE). Section 1599g provides that the Secretary of Defense, with the agreement of a private-sector organization and the consent of the employee, arrange for the temporary assignment of an employee to such a private-sector organization, or from such private-sector organization to a DoD organization. The memorandum to implement the PPTE was signed by the Deputy Secretary of Defense and issued on July 19, 2018. The legislation does not provide an expiration date.

Email: PPTE Program Staff

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