Workforce

PSC works to promote policies that enable the federal government to attract, train, develop and retain a world-class workforce, with particular emphasis on acquisition, IT management, cybersecurity and similarly critical skills. The missions of government demand a workforce that is well trained, well-funded, and supported by its leadership.

Resources
9-29-22 Homeland Security Task Force Meeting w/ CBP Office of Human Resources Management (9/30/2022)
PSC's Homeland Security Task Force (HSTF) hosted Andrea Bright, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Human Resources Management, Enterprise Services, U.S. Customs and...

September 22 ODNI Call with Trade Association Partners (TAP) PSC Summary (9/23/2022)


GSA - Slides for Industry Meeting on COVID Protocols for Federal Contractors (10/13/2021)
A GSA slide deck regarding implementation of Executive Order 14042, applicability of the vaccination mandate for federal contractors, incorporation into contracts, and compliance issues. This GSA-industry meeting occurred on October 13, 2021.

PSC Letter of Support for the Just in Case Act (8/31/2021)
PSC Letter of Support for the Just in Case Act

2020 PSC/DC SHRM Government Contractors Compensation Survey Now Available (11/16/2020)
The 2020 Government Contractors Compensation Survey includes data from 60 government contractors, covering 314 jobs in over 20 job families, including Information Technology, Engineering, Program Management, and many more.

Contractors already moving to lessen the blow from coronavirus (3/10/2020)
Now that the coronavirus is the big scare du jour, federal contractors are reworking some time-proven plans for dealing with a government that might itself be in crisis. The Professional Services Council’s Alan Chvotkin joined Federal Drive with Tom

PSC Foundation, Procurement Round Table Launch Jacques S. Gansler Fellowships (12/4/2019)
The Professional Services Council Foundation in concert with the Procurement Round Table today announced the establishment of the Jacques S. Gansler Fellowships.

The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) is Set to Transfer, Transition, Transform (10/30/2019)
On October 1, the Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency (DCSA) became the single largest security agency in the federal government. DCSA Acting Director Charlie Phalen outlines the launch and agency priorities.

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PSC’s principal body for developing positions and taking action on cross-cutting, major acquisition policy issues.
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Stephanie Kostro
Executive Vice President, Policy
kostro@pscouncil.org
703.875.8059

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