Fixing the government's HR operation for good; the next step in AI is generative; the small business drumbeat get louder at HHS

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The Director of the Office of Personnel Management will release a cyber talent management plan soon, according to testimony to the House Oversight and Reform Committee. That commitment is one of several Kiran Ahuja made in testimony that you heard in part on Fed Gov Today recently. Angela Bailey, founder and CEO of Anandalife, former Chief Human Capital Officer at the Department of Homeland Security, and former Chief Operating Officer and Associate Director for Employee Services at OPM, offers both an agency perspective, and an OPM perspective, on what CHCOs in government need from OPM, and what it can deliver.


The Department of Defense is reviewing results from 12 flight tests that used artificial intelligence to fly the aircraft. It’s just one example of how advanced AI tests are getting in the government. Margaret Amori, head of Nvidia Inception North America, tells me at Nvidia GTC 2023 the questions government is asking about AI today are a lot different than they were five years ago.


The Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization at the Department of Health and Human Services is prepping for two industry outreach sessions in April. It’ll conduct a vendor engagement session April 11th, and an “office hours” session for 8A companies April 13th. Shannon Jackson, Executive Director of the Office, tells me about HHS’s small business goals, and how they’re doing in meeting them.


Photo: Shannon Jackson, courtesy U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

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