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ACT-IAC White Paper: Talent as a Service ConOps

 

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Abstract

Talent as a Service: "Reimagining how the federal government sources, recruits, and onboards talent" Part 2/2 (Concept of Operations)
Developed by the Evolving the Workforce Community of Interest
Date Released: October 24, 2018

Synopsis:
The federal government has an opportunity to revolutionize the way it identifies, recruits, and onboards potential employees for federal employment. This Concept of Operations (ConOps) is a second document of the ACT-IAC Talent as a Service project and provides greater levels of detail for how the federal government can implement a systematic approach to identify, recruit, and onboard potential employees. This report delves further into concepts around pro-active sourcing, talent pools, workforce planning, process, policy, resources, and infrastructure. All integrated and designed with the goal of immediately improving the federal hiring process, reducing vacancies, expediting clearances, identifying mission critical skills, and improving the candidate experience.
 
Talent as a Service Framework
 
Read the Talent as a Service Executive Report (Part 1/2) here.
 
If you are unable to download this report, contact Nancy Delanoche, Director for Communities of Interest.
Document Date: 
Oct 24, 2018
 
Author (organization): 
ACT-IAC Evolving the Workforce Community of Interest
 
Document type: 
White Paper
 
Interests: 
Workforce Management