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What is our role in accountability?

The Office of Merit Systems Oversight and Effectiveness is responsible for promoting effective agency operation of human resources management (HRM) programs consistent with the Merit System Principles while avoiding Prohibited Personnel Practices. This supports the President's initiative to improve management of human capital in the government. We accomplish this by working with agencies to improve their internal HRM accountability systems. Specifically, we develop and provide models, data indicators, and a forum for information exchanges to help agencies assess themselves. Skip Navigation Links to Want More Information
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For more information about the accountability responsibilities of the Office of Merit Systems Oversight and Effectiveness, contact the Assistant Director for Merit Systems Effectiveness by any of the following methods:

U.S. Office of Personnel Management
1900 E. Street, NW, Room 7462
Washington, DC 20415

Telephone: (202) 606-2820

Email: effectiveness@opm.gov

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