Division Director: Joseph F. Burt
Deputy Director: Marilyn Dickman
OIRM's Division of Human Resource Management supports staffing and personnel
service requirements for the agency's approximately 1,300 staff members,
including visiting scientists, engineers and educators.
HRM Staff Locator
Search or browse the division staff by Organization
or Alphabetical Listing in the OIRM
Staff Locator pages.
The Employee Relations
Branch provides advisory services, labor and employee relations advice,
performance management, awards, security, retirement, benefits, and processing
services to NSF. The Employee Relations Branch also includes the Health
Services Office, which provides on-site medical information and assistance
to NSF employees.
The Executive and
Visiting Personnel Branch (EVPB) provides recruitment and employment
support services to NSF for Senior Executive Service (SES), Intergovernmental
Personnel Act (IPA) and Visiting Scientist, Engineer and Educator (VSEE)
positions. EVPB is also responsible for the SES performance management,
performance bonus, pay adjustment, and Presidential Rank Award programs.
The Staffing and
Classification Branch (SCB) is responsible for providing human resource
management services to NSF. It provides leadership, technical assistance,
guidance, advice and consultation in human resource utilization, position
management, position classification, staffing, recruitment strategies,
pay flexibilities and pay administration, and reorganization.
The Workforce Planning
and Analysis Branch (WPAB) provides advice and guidance in the areas
HRM program development, strategic management of human capital, HR automation
and reporting, change management and business process reengineering. The
efforts of this branch focus on the changing needs of the workforce across
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