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Katherine Archuleta: OPM Forms Mentorship Program for Federal Executives

Katherine Archuleta
Katherine Archuleta

The Office of Personnel Management has introduced a situational mentoring program that offers Senior Executive Service members the chance to share their management ideas with newer federal executives.

OPM seeks to facilitate knowledge and expertise among executives across the government through the mentorship initiative, OPM Director Katherine Archuleta wrote in a Dec. 11 memo to chief human capital officers.

She said the program is also designed to increase enterprise collaboration, information exchange and knowledge management at the federal level.

Agencies’ executives can connect to SES situational mentors through the Office of Management and Budget‘s MAX portal, according to Archuleta.

 

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