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OPM's Recruitment One-Stop nominated a finalist at the 2004 Industry Advisory Council Excellence.Gov Awards ceremony.

The OPM e-Gov mission is to develop world class secure, modern, cross-agency, human resource solutions that transform the management of Federal human capital. The OPM e-Gov vision is for Federal agencies to use OPM e-Gov human resource solutions to improve their ability to build successful, high performance organizations. To accomplish its mission and vision, OPM e-Gov will provide a consolidated, portable, and secure on-demand human capital and talent management system for many of the essential functions of a government HR system including: payroll, training, security clearance, recruitment, and enterprise HR data warehouse.

Central to OPM, the e-Gov initiatives success is dependent on leveraging existing information technology, emerging standards, consolidation practices, and leading edge technologies to overcome traditional organizational barriers, competing platforms, and proprietary metadata frameworks that in the past have "siloed" operations.

Providing a single Federal IT enterprise architecture presents value to the federal stakeholder. By enabling enterprise software and services for human resource information, HR professionals gain greater efficiencies, effectiveness in the management of human capital development and human resources administration. The cumulative effect of the six initiatives is estimated to yield $2.7 billion in tax savings over the next 10 years.

Message from the OPM Director

"President George W. Bush is committed to streamlined, customer oriented government. OPM is quickly moving toward a true "e-Government", one that uses technology to improve procedures for moving federal workers through the employee lifecycle - beginning with recruitment and background investigations, continuing through all aspects of employment and training, and culminating with retirement.

Some merely imagine a world where information moves at the speed of light - OPM is creating it."


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